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Swiss National Bank bought Apple shares at $ 1.1 billion
Section:   en » Banks      15 мая 2015  
Swiss National Bank (SNB) for the I quarter has increased the purchase of Apple shares to $ 1.1 billion. The Swiss National Bank has received a hole in reserves amounting to 32 billion euros, but also interesting is the information that 18% of total assets invested in foreign stocks.
 
Swiss National Bank bought Apple shares at $ 1.1 billion
 
Last week there were reports that the SNB is holding in the shares of $ 100 billion - a colossal sum equal to 15% of GDP. Many of the major central banks of the world in every way to help their stock markets, without actually letting them fall, but few people disclose their actions. More than a third of investments invested in US stocks. The report shows that in the portfolio of the Swiss National Bank are US stocks totaling $ 37 billion. In general, the SNB has shares of a wide variety of American companies, but the following is a list only the largest of them.
 
Swiss National Bank bought Apple shares at $ 1.1 billion
 
Moreover, for the last quarter increased its control portfolio by 40%.
 
Swiss National Bank bought Apple shares at $ 1.1 billion
 
Only for the I quarter of the SNB bought 3.4 million shares of the manufacturer's iPhone, but in value terms the share of companies in the portfolio of the bank grew almost twice.
 
See also:

  • Morgan Stanley in I quarter profit increased sharply
  • Credit Suisse recorded a sharp rise in profits
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