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May 22, 2020
Credit Raters Get Slammed Once Again as Too Lenient

S&P and Moody’s take it heavy in an SEC hearing. A run-up to a replay of their 2008-09 vilification?

Treasury OKs Benefits Cuts for Ohio, NY Union Pensions

Cincinnati roofer, Niagara Falls electrical worker plans are 16th and 17th funds affected.

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Rhode Island Pension Plan Holds Down Losses Thanks to Treasuries, Algorithms

Although the first quarter was a wipe-out for plans, a surge in a special-strategy segment of the portfolio limited the damage in the smallest state.

Ex-State Street Exec Loses Fraud Appeal

Ross McLellan was convicted in 2018 of plugging hidden commissions into trades.

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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