S&P 500 defined pensions remain underfunded by $245 billion, depsite slight growth in 2010.

Additionally, OPEBs remain severely underfunded at $210 billion.

The combined assets S&P 500 companies set aside in 2010 to fund pensions and OPEBs amounted to $1.34 trillion, covering $1.79 trillion in obligations with the resulting underfunding equating to $455.1 billion, or a 25.5 percent funding rate.  

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