UK pension schemes experienced volatility equivalent to average daily swings of over £10bn in January, research shows.
Aon Consulting said the unstable conditions marked the highest level of monthly volatility since deficits under accounting standard FRS17 were first recorded in June 2001 and in the short term posed real...
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