Bonds are beginning to replace equities in pension funds in the United Kingdom, according to The Financial Times.

Investments in equities have dropped from 60% of investments in defined benefit plans in 2006 to 55% in 2007. Bonds and alternatives have taken their place, with fixed interest assets rising 3% to 29% and alternatives and cash rising 3% to 16%.

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