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Pensions: Today's promises, tomorrow's credit challenges

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  DateDocument Type Title Issuer/Entity
07 Apr 2021 Issuer Comment Providence (City of) RI: Rising pension contributions present a budget challenge but remain critical to accumulating assets Providence (City of) RI
17 Dec 2020 Sector Profile Local Government – US: Pensions still driving liability growth of 50 largest governments as interest rates fall
02 Dec 2020 Sector In-Depth Higher Education – Global: Coronavirus intensifies credit risks from universities' increasing pension costs
01 Oct 2020 Issuer In-Depth Illinois (State of): Coronavirus crisis threatens to worsen already outsized liability burden Illinois (State of)
24 Sep 2020 Sector In-Depth Public Finance – US: Low interest rates create pension and investment challenges but lower debt costs
24 Apr 2020 Sector In-Depth State and local government – US: Low interest rates do not insulate governments from pension bond risks
24 Mar 2020 Sector Comment State and local government – US: 2020 pension investment losses poised to inflict material credit damage
20 Dec 2019 Issuer Comment Hall (County of) GA: Judgments upholding modifications to county employees' pensions plans are credit positive Hall (County of) GA
19 Dec 2019 Sector Profile Local government - US: Pensions remain the dominant liability for most of the largest local governments
05 Sep 2019 Issuer Comment Kentucky (Commonwealth of): Kentucky's highest court blocks agencies from leaving pension system via bankruptcy, a credit positive for the state Kentucky (Commonwealth of)
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