OSLO, Sept 18 Norges Bank Investment Management, which runs Norway's $842 billion oil fund, has bought a retail and office property located above London's Bond Street Underground station, it said on Friday.
"Norges Bank Investment Management paid 240 million pounds ($375.17 million) for the entities that own the 95-year long leasehold interest in the property. The asset is unencumbered by debt, and no financing was involved in the transaction," the fund added.
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