U.S. institutional money managers continued to increase their exposure to international securities in 1994, despite a decline in most foreign markets during the year.

The average international equity investment in a domestic portfolio rose 37%, with domestic plan sponsors doubling the total amount allocated to equities overseas to $60 billion last year, according to Greenwich Associates, a Connecticut-based consulting firm.

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