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Monday, December 22, 2014

John Church

City fund seesaws

The $30 million the city has invested from the sale of Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi has earned more than $4 million to date, slipping a bit in September, but rebounding by the end of October. (November 20, 2014, Page 1A)

City funds offer healthy returns

The $30 million invested a little over two years ago from the sale of Baptist is now worth $34 million, according to representatives from investment firm, Glenmede, who presented the quarterly report to the Oxford Municipal Reserve and Trust Fund Committee Tuesday. (August 13, 2014, Page 1A, 12)

City’s trust fund continues to grow

Despite a shaky economy and the government’s shutdown earlier this month, the city of Oxford’s $30 million investment continues to do well. (October 30, 2013, Page 2)

City trust fund dips, rebounds

The Fed’s stimulus announcement in June caused the returns of Oxford’s $30 million investment to dip ending the second quarter of the fiscal year with a -0.7 percent return.
However, the Fed shortly announced it changed its position and fixed income investments rallied allowing Oxford’s returns to jump back up to 2.1 percent gain in July. (August 1, 2013, Page 1)

Trust fund ends first year with $1.2M gain

City will have more than $850,000 in its general fund to use for a variety of projects. The funds come from the city’s $30M received from the sale of Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi that’s being invested by investment firm, Glenmede. (May 2, 2013, Page 2)

City’s investment funds rebound

The $30 million the city of Oxford invested from the sale of Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi have gained $809,849 in the first six months since Glenemede investments was hired by the city to manage the portfolio. (October 24, 2012, Page 1, 2)

City’s investments dip then rebound

Investment managers with Glenmede investment firm, responsible for investing the city of Oxford’s $30 million received from the sale of Baptist, spoke to the Oxford Municipal Reserve and Trust Fund Board of Trustees recently, updating them on the market outlook and Oxford’s investments. (August 3, 2012, Page 1A, 2A)

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