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Data Shows Pension Funding Rose In September

Two new reports found that corporate funding for pensions rose last month. Data from Wilshire Consulting showed the aggregate funding ratio for U.S. corporate defined benefit plans sponsored by S&P 500 companies rose 90 basis points to 76.9% in September, helped by a 1.6%drop in liabilities (while asset values decreased 0.3%).
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