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January 28, 2019
A Bipartisan Plan to Revamp Oregon’s Pension System

Dem backing a Republican bill improves its chances in a blue legislature.

Fewer Stock Buybacks Now Are Debt-Funded

As rates rise, company share repurchases dipped to 14% of total in 2018, half the 2017 level, JPMorgan says.

Cause for Worry: Stock and Bond Prices Walk Hand in Hand
Texas Teachers’ Shoulders Its Way into Blackstone’s Behemoth Private Equity Fund
Fintech Gains a Footing with Asset Owners
At Pension Bridge: Finding Opportunity in Real Estate
Fund Managers Countersue Kentucky for ‘Wasteful’ Lawsuit
Does the Stock-Bond Correlation Really Matter?

Taken literally, the stock-bond correlation generally says little about their relative performance.

Guggenheim CIO Calls Recession Fears ‘Overblown’

Scott Minerd says Davos attendees tend to misread the tea leaves.

New York Pensions Settle Environmental Activism Lawsuit Against Aerospace Company

Multi-billion-dollar company argues greenhouse gas proposals go against its ‘ordinary business.’

Drilling Down for Diversification

Diagnostics help investors see beyond the asset-class level through a factor lens, and identify unintended risk.

More Corporate DB Plans Want to Dump Liabilities ASAP

Many businesses are looking to unload all retirement assets within five years, MetLife survey shows.

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