The combined deficit of the FTSE 350's defined benefit (DB) schemes fell by £3bn over the course of November, according to Mercer's Pensions Risk Survey.
The monthly index recorded a £64bn shortfall on the accounting measure as of 30 November, down from £67bn at the end of October. Asset values remained unchanged over the month, at £765bn, while liabilities...
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