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Jan. 13 (Bloomberg) — The California Public Employees’ Retirement System, the biggest U.S. pension, said its assets returned 16.2 percent in 2013, the biggest gain in 11 years, as global stocks and private equity soared.

Known as Calpers, the $281 billion fund earned 25.6 percent on its publicly traded equity holdings, Chief Investment Officer Joe Dear said at a meeting of the system’s governing board in Monterey. Private equity, which lags three months, gained 19 percent through the end of September.

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