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Central States Third Quarter Report: $15.7 Billion Assets

The 3rd quarter 2016 Independent Special Counsel Report shows that the Central States Pension Fund had $15.7 billion in assets of as September 30, 2016. This is down $400 million since the start of 2016, but up $100 million in the third quarter, due to a good run (5.3% gain for the quarter) in stock holdings and also in bond holdings (2.3%). 

Missouri Pension Activists Protest "Right-to-Work"

Teamsters from the Missouri-Kansas City Committee to Protect Pensions rallied this week in Jefferson City, Missouri against "right-to-work" legislation.

The Fight to Protect Pensions in New York State

The New York Times today has a feature report on the fight to stop pension cuts in the Teamster Upstate New York Pension Fund, led by brother Mark Greene, a UPS Teamster in Local 294.

Pension Action Turns Back Composite Bill

Fast action by pension committees and our allies has beat-back a pension cut bill in Congress.

Pension Fight Continues

Over the past three years, Teamsters and their families built a grassroots campaign for pension justice. We organized in large numbers, we showed the country that Teamsters were facing an unfair deal, and we beat back proposed cuts to the Central States Pension Fund.

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Central States Pension Assets Down to $11.75 Billion – Legislation Urgently Needed

The Central States Pension Fund (CSPF) is down to $11.75 billion in assets, a loss of $557 million in the first quarter of 2020, according to the Fund’s Financial and Analytical Report obtained by TDU.

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