FILE PHOTO: Norwegian sovereign wealth fund CEO Yngve Slyngstad in Oslo, Norway, June 2, 2017. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins/File Photo
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The CEO of Norway's sovereign wealth fund, the world's biggest, stepped down Wednesday, as the fund reported a return on investment of $25.6 billion for the third quarter.Equity investments, which account for 69.1 percent of the fund's assets returned 1.3 percent.Investments in the U.S., which make up slightly over 40 percent of the fund's equity holdings, returned 2.9 percent.Fixed-income investments, which make up 28.2 percent of the fund, returned 2.4 percent.
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