Gains 0.88% after registering first loss in nearly three years during Q1.
The nation’s VC deals and growth fundraising have been climbing to new heights since 2016.
Report says ‘superfluous’ CDC pensions could cause ‘irreversible intergenerational injustice.’
Report finds US holds 72% of the global hedge fund assets.
Despite positive returns, nearly all asset classes fell short of their benchmarks.
Contributions and lackluster returns outweighed by benefits payments.
Private equity AUM rises to more than $3 trillion.
Strong global economy helps spur industry growth in 2017.
The firm says companies will be heavy bond buyers, contributing $60 billion to their pensions due to a tax change.
Survey says millennials will have more retirement income than boomers, Gen X.
Funded ratio for S&P 500 defined benefit plans rises to 85.8%.
The last month in Q2 ends rocky, but the YTD and one-year returns are still OK.
Aggregate deficit falls to £29 billion at the end of May.
Index falls 0.41% during quarter, while S&P 500 gains 3.43%.
Although most plans are now fully funded, solvency gains can vanish quickly, firm says.