Pension community pushes 30-year Treasury rate replacement

Gunsauley, Craig
November 2002
Employee Benefit News;Nov2002, Vol. 16 Issue 14, p33
Reports on the request of insurance sponsor representatives regarding the decision of the U.S. government on Treasury bonds. Implication of the decision for the interest rates on 30-year Treasury bonds; Short-term relief for the value of Treasury bonds granted by the Congress; Effect of the change in interest rate on the payment of employee benefit contributions.


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