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Ipsita Smolinski, managing director and health care analyst at Capitol Street, discusses President Trump's comments on health insurers and CSR payments and the impact on insurers' stocks.
Two Senators strike a major deal on crucial health care subsidies. Republican Senator Lamar Alexander and Democratic Senator Patty Murray reached an agreement to extend cost-sharing subsidies to insurance companies. In exchange, some of the law’s requirements will be dropped. The president liked the deal at first but is now backing away from it. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Jen Rogers figure out why the president isn’t happy with the progress.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 6 ways to trade health care on news that key senators have reached a bipartisan health care subsidy deal.
The White House is eliminating a crucial part of the Affordable Care Act. President Donald Trump wants to immediately stop payments to insurers. The administration said the government cannot legally continue to make payments. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Rick Newman figure out how this will impact the insurance industry and patients.
A bipartisan deal from two senators to stabilize Obamacare by restoring subsidies to health insurers suffered major setbacks on Wednesday with the White House saying President Donald Trump now opposes it and senior Republicans speaking out against it. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch, Senate Republican leadership member John Thune and others expressed hostility to the deal announced on Tuesday by Republican Lamar Alexander and Democrat Patty Murray.
A U.S. federal judge said on Wednesday he would likely issue a ruling next week on a request from several U.S. states to block President Donald Trump's decision to terminate cost-sharing payments to health ...
The Trump White House has issued two Obamacare-related policy announcements this week: announcements that some characterize as “gutting” or “sabotaging” the health care law. But a sober, factual analysis reveals that the Trump decisions will be fairly modest—and largely positive—in their effect.
Many companies give employees more than one health-insurance choice, including a high-deductible plan and a conventional plan with higher premiums but lower deductibles.