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May 20, 2020
Stocks Now Are the Spittin’ Image of 2009, Morgan Stanley Strategist Says

And ’09 was the rebound year from the financial crisis bear market, Michael Wilson notes, meaning we’re in for a bullish stretch.

Texas A&M Foundation Taps Michael Pia for CIO

The former Texas TRS managing director will oversee the roughly $1.9 billion university endowment.

Why Did Bill Ackman Unload His Berkshire Stake?
Stock Market’s Rise Doesn’t Jibe with Overvalued P/E, Stovall Warns
How Asset Allocators Are Planning Life Back in the Office
Rhode Island CIO Departs for Washington Hospital System
New Jersey to Postpone Pension Payments
Goldman Sachs Estimates Public Pensions Now Less than 60% Funded on Average

Senior Pension Strategist Michael Moran says local government spending limits will stymie funding levels.

US Corporate Pension Funded Ratio, Risk Transfer Costs Decline in April

Falling discount rates strike again, negating the market rebound for corporate DB plans.

In Focus: Fallen Angels Get Fed’s Helping Hand. Is That Enough?

Some bonds may be beyond hope, and once the central bank’s backstop ends, there goes the artificial price support.

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