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FTSE 100 pension schemes fall into deficit
FTSE 100 pension schemes fall into deficit
Redington Partners
14 Jul 2008 United Kingdom Surpluses and Deficits, Accounting
According to calculations from consultancy Redington Partners, on an IAS19 accounting basis, the aggregated pension schemes of the FTSE 100 have lost £30bn in the second quarter, falling from a surplus of £21bn to a deficit of £9bn. The greatest contributor to this £30bn loss has been increased liabilities due to falling long term interest rates and rising long term inflation expectations - breakeven inflation on the 2047 index-linked gilt exceeding 4% in May 2008, for example.

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