Chilean funds fall on equity returns


CHILE - Chilean pension funds reported $145bn in assets at the end of February, though most took a hit for the month because of low equity returns.

Data from the Superintendencia de Pensiones, the pensions regulator, showed losses for the month ranged from -2.54 for fund type A, the riskiest fund, to -0.18 for fund type D, one of the funds wit...

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