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US Corporate Pension Plans Near Full Funding
US Corporate Pension Plans Near Full Funding
Equity performance and higher interest rates in October contribute to higher funded ratios.
What SECURE 2.0 Could Mean For Emergency Savings
The SECURE 2.0 retirement reform package contains various emergency savings provisions designed to boost Americans’ financial security and the long-term growth of their retirement savings.
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Understanding Investments and Fees: A Key Part of Plan Committee Education
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Financial Literacy Quiz Reveals Americans Lack Understanding of Retirement Income
Market Mirror
Monday, the Dow fell 211.16 points (0.63%) to close at 33,536.70, the Nasdaq dropped 127.11 points (1.12%) to close at 11,196.22 and the S&P 500 declined 35.68 points (0.89%) to close at 3,957.25. The Russell 2000 fell 21.49 points (1.14%) to end trading at 1,861.25 and the Wilshire 5000 declined 396.86 points (1.00%) to close at 39,438.76. 

The price of the 10-year Treasury fell 0/32, bringing the yield up to 3.860%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond fell 1/32, bringing the yield to 4.041%.
SPARK Institute Updates Cybersecurity Guidelines
Guidelines seek to help service providers and plan sponsors follow cybersecurity best practices.
Alight Announces New Wellbeing Solutions for Partner Network
New solutions seek to help with musculoskeletal conditions and substance abuse disorders.
CIO’s Transition Management Survey
Are you a provider of transition management services and would like to make your services known to institutional investors? If so, you are invited to respond to CIO’s Transition Management Survey.
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