Fund execs hopeful over bailout

Clary, Isabelle
October 2008
Pensions & Investments;10/13/2008, Vol. 36 Issue 21, p1
The article reports that U.S. pension fund executives are cautiously hopeful that the U.S. government's $700 billion rescue plan eventually will pull the financial system from under a heap of non-performing assets and restore value to their depressed stock holdings. But details of the government's rescue program, initially designed to buy "toxic" mortgage-related paper, have yet to be defined and implemented.


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