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The stock market’s gains have not been enough to rescue U.S. companies’ underwater defined-benefit pension plans. In April, the funding of 100 of the largest U.S. plans fell by $33 billion, according to actuarial firm Milliman, as a $6 billion increase in the value of their assets was more than offset by a $39 billion rise in their liabilities.

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