On the go: The total deficit of FTSE350 companies’ defined benefit pension schemes increased to £45bn from £41bn at the end of February. The move was caused by an increase in liabilities to £811bn from £806bn, partially offset by asset values increasing to £766bn from £765bn, according to Mercer figures released this week.

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