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Corporate Pension Funded Status Drops by $8 Billion in October (PDF)
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Nov. 10, 2014

"The funded status of the 100 largest corporate defined benefit pension plans fell by $8 billion during October ... The deficit widened to $263 billion from $255 billion at the end of September, primarily due to a decrease in the benchmark corporate bond interest rates used to value pension liabilities. As of October 31, the funded ratio declined to 84.8%, from 85.1% at the end of September. The projected benefit obligation (PBO), or pension liabilities, increased by $22 billion during October[.]"

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