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    In our views China cannot be ignored. We discuss why investors should incorporate Chinese assets into their portfolio. In our previously published papers, we talked about translating “Sustainability” thinking into action. This edition provides an update on what we have been doing on sustainable investment for clients and stewardship activities across the industry.
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    The Willis Towers Watson Pension Index declined in March, to 78.1. Interest rate declines caused benefit obligations to spike, causing the index to drop 2.9%.
  • Newsletter
    March’s edition of Global Markets Overview highlights the tracking of recent price action in bond markets. Across developed markets, forward cash rates are pricing in low levels of central bank tightening to achieve adequate GDP growth rates and inflation.
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    This issue of Willis Towers Watson's Group Annuity Market Pulse provides a year-end review of market activity in 2018 and an overview of expectations for 2019.
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    Asset owners face the challenge of coping with elevated uncertainty and greater complexity in the investment world. The March edition of the Digest shares our portfolio construction ideas which can help smooth the ride over the long term. This year’s Global Pension Assets Study and Five-Year Capital Market Outlook are also included in this edition.
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    The Willis Towers Watson Pension Index ticked up 2.2% in February, to 80.4 – driven by equity returns and a slight decrease in obligations.
  • Newsletter
    In this issue, we discuss how you can benefit from Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) Tax Deductible Voluntary Contributions (TVCs).
  • Newsletter
    February’s edition of Global Markets Overview highlights the US Federal Reserve balance sheet, Chinese liquidation of all zombie companies, and updates on the UK and EU Brexit deal.
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    The Willis Towers Watson Pension Index gained 3.4% during January, recovering half of December’s decline to regain a level of 78.7.
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    The Willis Towers Watson Global Pension Finance Watch notes all regions had negative investment returns over the fourth quarter and full year, except for Brazil.
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