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Bar investment earnings grow.

A strong financial market has continued to boost The Florida Bar's return on its investment portfolio, according to Investment Committee Chair Ian Comisky.

Reporting to the Board of Governors late last month, Comisky said the Bar's investment portfolio of more than $14 million grew by about $200,000 in August and September.

That followed a very strong performance in the late spring and summer that saw the portfolio grow by about $1 million.

Comisky said the Bar made money in most of the diversified funds it invested in, but had the best return on those investing in small cap and large cap stocks.
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