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June 3, 2019
Wall Street Doesn’t Have Much Nice to Say on Mexico Tariffs

President Trump’s threatened duties on US’s southern neighbor inspire dire scenarios—and a Fed prediction.

Al Gore Calls on Harvard to Divest from Fossil Fuels

Former US vice president says alma mater’s investments a ‘moral issue.’

Hooray, LDI Is Progressively Making Corporate Pension Portfolios Less Risky
Lower Interest Rates Will Shrink Pension Funding Status, Goldman Warns
Exclusive: Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Co. CIO Retiring
Bridgewater Makes a Bold Bet on Brazil
GP-Led Secondaries Force Investors to be More Reactive
Invesco's 2019 Global Fixed Income Study

Explore key insights from institutional fixed income specialists from around the world Click here to download the study 

Insolvent Musicians’ Pension Fund Sings the Benefit Reduction Blues

National plan can take this step under a federal law passed in 2014.

Oregon Pension Reform Squeaks Through Legislature

Bill barely passes both chambers; Governor expected to sign into law.

Money Managers’ Own Plans Have Higher Balances, More Choices

Asset manager 401(k) plan balances are four times that of the general population.

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