Future Is Bright for Financial Services in 2018: The Economist
The Economist Intelligence Unit sees an upbeat year, despite lurking risks in China and other markets.
Insurance Regulators OK Broader Seminar Alert
The updated document applies to all sorts of consumers, and all sorts of free meals.
SIFMA: Economists See Little Impact From Tax Cuts in 2018
The trade group's economic advisory roundtable discusses its predictions for growth, inflation and interest rates in 2018.
Nevada to Move Its ACA Exchange to a Private Platform
Nevada Health Link managers expect a private exchange to be cheaper than HealthCare.gov.
Marc-André Giguère to Lead Munich Re's U.S. Operations
Giguère has been an executive president for U.S. life reinsurance and head to the health unit.
Hospital Distress to Grow If Congress Closes Door to Muni Market
Health insurance provisions aren’t the only parts of the tax bill could make smaller providers go away.
Kids' Health Insurance Gets Help From Stopgap Spending Measure
Some states already sent out letters warning families that coverage could be disrupted.
SEC Names New Chief of Complex Financial Instruments Unit
Daniel Michael looks forward to fighting fraud in "some of the most challenging areas of the markets."
Index Managers Taking Note as ESG Surges: Morningstar
Morningstar finds the biggest index managers have expanded their stewardship or corporate-governance teams and are pushing to improve the ESG practices of their holdings.
Bitcoin Goes Bonkers, and So Does Twitter
As the roller coaster ride continues, all most of us can do is sit back and watch. And tweet.