Pension Funds Plunge Into Riskier Bets—Just as Markets Are Struggling June 28, 2022 U.S. public pension funds don’t have nearly enough money to pay for all their obligations to future retirees. A growing number are adopting a risky solution: investing borrowed money. As both stock and bond markets struggle, it’s a precarious gamble. Source link Tags:Aon, California Public Employees' Retirement System, Calpers, Community, Financial Services, financial vehicles, funds, general news, Investing, Investing/Securities, leder, Moody's Investors Service, Pennsylvania School Employees Retirement System, Pension Funds, Personal finance, photo-commission, Political, Political/General News, Preqin, Retirement planning, securities, social services, Society, Society/Community, SYND, Teacher Retirement System of Texas, Tradewind Interstate Advisors, trusts, Trusts/Funds/Financial Vehicles, welfare, Welfare/Social Services, WSJ-PRO-WSJ.com, wsjfinance Related Posts China refuses to call attack on Ukraine an ‘invasion,’ blames U.S. The National Rent Index Is Up 17.8% Year-Over-Year, the BLS Says 3.3% – Mish Talk Inflation ‘rhino’ may be difficult to stop, Deutsche Bank says About The Author davidgreenbank Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.