The results are out! And, they’re not exactly terrific. College and university endowments averaged a loss for 2012, in what turned out to be a surprising year for public markets. Difficulties arose from places like China and the Euro zone, and in New England, among the top 10 endowments, Harvard and MIT wound up on opposite sides of the rankings, which we highlight today in the peHUB slideshow from NACUBO, a university business officers group.
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Columbia University, with $7.65 billion, was down 1.7%.
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The University of Michigan, with $7.69 billion, was down 1.8%.
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