New Mexico Investments Grow
New Mexico – New Mexico investment funds grew by nearly $1.2 billion during the past quarter because of financial market gains.
The Legislative Finance Committee reported Thursday that permanent and pension funds had combined asset values of $32.7 billion at the end of March. That's up 3.7 percent for the quarter and 29.7 percent from a year ago.
The Land Grant Permanent Fund was valued at $9.5 billion, up $423 million for the quarter.
The Severance Tax Permanent Fund was worth nearly $3.7 billion, a gain of $121 million.
The Public Employees Retirement Association had assets of $10.9 billion, up $351 million.
The Educational Retirement Board had assets of $8.5 billion, up $275 million.
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