Slovenia's Galileo Second Most Yieldable Mutual Fund in the World
Ljubljana, 20 March - Assets of the largest and oldest Slovene mutual fund, Galileo, have exceeded SIT 8.4 billion (EUR 37.5 million) and the fund has recorded a 473-percent yield in its ten years of operations, which rates it as one of the most yieldable mutual funds in the world, Matjaz Gantar, chairman of the board of Galileo's owner Kmecka druzba (KD), told a press conference on Wednesday.
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