NYC Pensions Gain 1.5% in Fiscal Year, Falling Short of TargetsBy
New York City’s five pensions are seeing the weakest investment gains in four years, threatening to leave taxpayers chipping in an additional $732 million through 2020 to make up for lost ground, according to a report from Comptroller Scott Stringer.
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