Third Quarter Flat for Pension Funds

November 2004
Investment Management Weekly;11/1/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 43, preceding p1
Reports on the returns for U.S. pension plans in third quarter of 2004 according to data produced by Northern Trust. Basis points gained by Employment Retirement Income Security Act and the average public fund; Increase in the basis points of the average foundation and endowment plan; Percentage of the year-to-date ending September 30, 2004 gains for median pension funds.


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