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Top DJIA pension fund holdings missing on drive to 26,000

Pension plans have the largest allocations to General Electric, Exxon Mobil and Chevron among the companies in the Dow Jones industrial average, not including exposure via third-party asset managers. Of that set, Chevron leads with a 2.7% return during the index's rapid climb to 26,000 from 25,000, good enough for 14th place among its index constituents.

Boeing and Merck have led the index members with 12.6% and 10.6% returns over the 13-day period since the Dow hit 25,000 on Jan. 4. The two companies have driven much of the index return, with an average return of 2.6% among index holdings. Shares of Intel were the laggard as the company deals with the discovery of a significant chip security flaw.