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The truth of the matter

29 December 2006 By Edward Hadas

Take your pick. The FTSE100 companies have deficits of £440bn or £40bn. The choice depends on how actuaries read the runes. That s either 30% or 3% of market capitalisation. The truth is elusive, but the cash flow is clear. Investors should use the low number.

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