Trump Blasts 370% Rally in Insurers and Pushes Down Drug Stocks
The president says the drop in insurers’ prices shows the CSR subsidy was helping them.
Suit Against UnitedHealth Medicare Advantage Plan Is Tossed by Federal Judge
The case hinges on the operations of the Medicare Advantage risk adjustment program.
Trump Says He Had to Undermine Affordable Care Act to Force Changes
The president says he had to take extreme measures to get Democrats and Republicans to talk to each other.
Schwab TV Ads Tout Advisors’ Fiduciary Status
The ads running on Fox Business Network and CNBC are designed to put independent advisors front and center.
FINRA Data Shows 15-Year Decline in BDs
FINRA just published 15 years of data on the number of broker-dealer reps entering and leaving the industry and of the decline in member firms.
Commonwealth CEO Upbeat on DOL Fiduciary, ‘RIA-zation’
Wayne Bloom and other execs highlight the growth of the firm’s indie advisors at a national event in San Diego.
Move Over, Vanguard: State Street Slashes ETF Fees to Industry Lows
It is also launching SPDR Portfolios ETFs, a suite of 15 low-cost funds that will be available on TD Ameritrade's newly expanded ETF Market Center.
Employers Tell Trump They Need a Strong Individual Health Market
The American Benefits Council says some cost-saving proposals depend on worker access to guaranteed-issue non-group coverage.
Q2 Bank Annuity Sales Start to Firm Up
Results for financial institution distributors look like the results for the market as a whole.
FINRA Orders Wells Fargo to Pay $3.4M Over Volatility-Linked ETPs
Reps recommended the exchange-traded products without fully understanding their risks, FINRA said.