Three GOP Senators Oppose Health Care Bill, Enough to Block It
Susan Collins says the Better Care bill does not appear to fix the Affordable Care Act's problems.
Koch Group Says Republican Health Plan Doesn't Go Far Enough
Some Republican donors are wondering whether they're getting a good deal for what they've spent.
GOP Leaders Issue Revised Health Bill as They Press for Vote
The new version adds a 6-month coverage start waiting period for uninsured purchasers.
Senate Bill Could Add 22 Million to 2026 Uninsured Total: CBO
Under BCRA, the analysts say, coverage could cost a lot, but it would be widely available.
Gold Plunges After 1.8 Million Ounces Traded in One Minute
Comex volume spiked to 18,149 lots in London; "No one has a clue" what happened, Marex’s Govett says.
JPMorgan Turns Bullish on Future of Global Banks
Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley top the firm’s ranking; U.S. investment banks are "better managed than ever," analysts say.
$2.5M Wells Fargo Team Goes Indie With Raymond James
The group has $500 million in assets; it includes twin brothers, Scott and Gregg Powers, who have worked together since 1992.
Summer Tax Scams in Full Swing, IRS Warns
Tax pros are also being warned of phishing emails seeking extensive amounts of sensitive preparer data.
Advisor Gets 2 Years in Prison for Cherry-Picking Scheme
SEC 10b-5 charges to allow for criminal prosecution appear to have influenced the decision.
State Pensions’ Shortfall Grew in Fiscal 2016
Over 10-year period, state pensions rotated out of U.S. equities into other growth assets, Wilshire Consulting reported.