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Milliman Inc. says falling interest rates have hurt funding levels at large U.S. corporate pension plans, but that even modest rates increases could push funding levels well over 100 percent.

The ratio of assets to liabilities at 100 large corporate plans fell to 88.2 percent at the end of 2020, down from 89.8 percent a year ago, the Seattle-based firm reports. Assets increased to $1.7 trillion, from $1.6 trillion, but projected benefit obligations increased to about $2 trillion, from $1.8 trillion, according to Milliman calculations.

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