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Corporate pension plans didn’t see much good news in the month of April.

According to Wilshire Consulting, U.S. corporate pension plans’ aggregate funded status fell by 0.1 percent, ending the month at 77.8 percent and bringing its year-to-date decline to 3.6 percent. The monthly change in funding, Wilshire said, was the result of offsetting increases in asset and liability values, while the year-to-date decrease was attributed to increasing liability values.

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