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For years, many pension funds assumed they would earn an average 8 percent annually from their investments. It was a reasonable expectation for a while. But times have changed. Now, the question isn’t whether return expectations should be lower, but by how much. The average target has fallen toward 7.5 percent, but that’s still probably difficult to meet without taking excessive risk.

  Bloomberg

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