The Columbia University has recorded a 24 percent return on investments (ROI) for the past fiscal year, Bloomberg reports. It has topped the Ivy League, with the Yale University and the Harvard University trailing behind at 22 percent and 21 percent ROI, respectively. As of June 30, the endowment’s value stood at $7.8 billion.
Columbia’s investments have generated an average annual gain of 9.9 percent in the decade ending June 30. It has performed better than Harvard, which saw a 9.4 percent increase, but fell short of Yale’s 10.1 percent.
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