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CT will use $1.2 billion to further pay down pension debt

State Treasurer Shawn Wooden said that Connecticut is on track to end fiscal year 2021 with a $157 million surplus, as well as a historically high rainy day fund balance of nearly $4.38 billion.

CT Treasurer Wooden to divest state funds from gun manufacturers

The policy would result in the divesture of $30 million in Connecticut pension funds from five publicly-traded companies.

Stamford’s Rod Hanscomb takes the Libertarian route in governor’s race

“This idea that there is a never-ending market for gaming is totally false," said Libertarian Party candidate Rod Hanscomb in his rejection of the MGM Bridgeport proposal.

State-led credit finance fund announced for New York business

A $200 million investment has helped create the New York Credit Small Business Investment Company Fund, which will deliver returns to the state pension fund.

Conn. reviewing investments in wake of Newtown tragedy

The Connecticut Treasurer's office is reviewing the state's pension fund to evaluate any investment exposure to gun manufacturers and to retailers and other gun distributors.

New Canaan man to oversee state pension

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy appointed New Canaan resident Neil Budnick as chair of the Investment Advisory Council.

Report: Conn., Ill. in worst pension shape

Only Illinois has a greater ratio of unfunded state pension liabilities than Connecticut, according to a new report.

Conn. pension fund posts negative return

Connecticut’s pension fund had a negative 0.9 percent return in the 2012 fiscal year ending in June.

Conn. weighs action vs. State Street

Conneticut’s attorney general is considering legal action against State Street Bank over foreign exchange trades.