N.J. Democrat says stock plunge shows risk of Whitman's

Demenchuk, Michael
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/29/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30262, p7
Trade Publication
States that the drop in the stock market on October 27, 1997 pushed New Jersey's pension bond back as subject in the race for governor. Charge of Democratic candidate Jim Mc Greevey against Governor Christine Todd Whitman's responsibility for the drop in the stock market; Comments of various company's executives regarding the pension funds; Requirement on New Jersey to diversify its pension holdings; Comments of politicians on the investment of the bond proceeds in foreign markets.


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