At 83% funded, May levels on par with rest of 2017, but down from 2016.
Young workers will have to work longer and save more than previous generations.
Although smoothing rates suggest single-employer pension plans have been fine, future restrictions could cause issues.
The rate of overpayments, underpayments on pension credit edges lower from last year.
The global advisory company points to an increase in liability values to explain May’s -0.2% fall.
Survey finds state pensions pay more than $4 billion in benefits to 164,000 retirees every year.
89% of survey respondents expect their deal pipelines to either stay steady or rise in the next 12 months.
Criticism of public pensions is based on faulty logic, group says.
Texas, Florida cities seen as best markets for retail property investors.
Report says pension cost increases tied to education cuts, calls for states to reprioritize pension reform.
Significant variances based on loan maturity, report says.
Report finds that healthy plans funding has risen, while critical plans have not.
Groups represent just 1.1% of the trillions of dollars overseen by the global asset management industry, report says.
Groups believe that Consumer Price Index-based inflation is actually closer to 8%, not 3%.
Six funds raised $13.6 billion in investor capital, according to Preqin.