Harvard University has an endowment worth $34.9 billion. They earned 23 percent on their investments last year. They earn more than $20 million per day in interest.
Harvard endowment has 7-year best, hits $34.9b
By Steven Syre,
Boston Globe Staff
August 22, 2007
Harvard University's endowment grew to $34.9 billion thanks to investment
returns of 23 percent in the fiscal year ended June 30, its best performance in
seven years, the university said yesterday.
Its emerging markets portfolio, the best single performer, surged 44 percent.
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