|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||92.31 - 94.23|
|52 Week Range||50.00 - 98.72|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||20.53|
|Earnings Date||Oct 24, 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||105.31|
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The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices. Index (PMI) data, output in the Healthcare sector is rising.
The major indexes remained little changed in afternoon trading Tuesday, another dull session that nonetheless saw Facebook top a buy point.
Kansas and Missouri won’t see immediate rate increases after President Donald Trump ended subsidies for individual plans on the Affordable Care Act exchanges, but it’s unclear how the changes will affect insurance companies — and patients — in the long term. On Thursday, Trump confirmed that he would end cost-sharing reductions (CSRs), which delivered $7 billion to reduce out-of-pocket limits and deductibles for beneficiaries below 250 percent of the federal poverty level. The news caused a small dip in insurance companies’ stock, such as St. Louis-based Centene Corp., which closed at $93.81 on Thursday and opened at $87.06 on Friday.
At a cabinet meeting Monday, President Donald Trump said his announcement that he will end cost-sharing payments to insurers has effectively ended the landmark legislation of his predecessor.
President Donald Trump took a break from tweeting about stock market records Saturday, instead bragging that health insurance shares “plunged” after the White House moved to end cost-sharing payments.
Several major insurers said they intend to provide health plans on the Affordable Care Act’s exchanges for the rest of this year and for 2018, despite a financial blow from President Donald Trump’s cancellation ...
Michael Neidorff, Centene Corp. chief executive officer, discusses President Donald Trump's decision to end health-insurance subsidies under Obamacare. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisenthal ...
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday: Centene Corp., down $3.12 to $90.56 President Donald Trump said the government will stop making insurance subsidy payments under the 2010 Affordable ...
The stock indexes have played small ball since a strong move Oct. 5. Part of the caution may be because of earnings season, which is getting underway.
Healthcare stocks certainly look ghoulish this morning, with share prices for health insurers and hospitals in a free fall after President Trump announced plan to cut off billions of dollars in Obamacare subsidies. The loss of those payments, called cost-sharing reduction (CSR) payments, is a financial disaster for hospitals and some insurers, says Mizuho analyst Sheryl Skolnick. “Whatever the politics or policy behind this, the effect of the order is likely to be profoundly destabilizing, disruptive and potentially materially damaging to hospitals and those exchange plans are still required to offer benefits despite the loss of the CSR payment,” she says in a note published early this morning.
Tenet Healthcare Corp., other hospital chains and health insurers fell as President Donald Trump’s move to cut off subsidies to insurers is likely to have a “profoundly destabilizing” impact that could ...
Shares of U.S. hospital companies and health insurers fell on Friday after President Donald Trump decided to cut off Obamacare subsidies to health insurance companies for low-income patients in a move that sparked threats of legal action and concern about chaos in insurance markets. The White House said late Thursday it could no longer lawfully pay the "cost-sharing reduction" subsidies, which were guaranteed to insurers under former President Barack Obama's 2010 Affordable Care Act to help lower out-of-pocket medical expenses for low-income consumers. Trump, like most of his fellow Republicans a strong critic of Obamacare, has made the payments each month since taking office in January, even as he attacked them as a "bailout" for insurance companies.
President Donald Trump on Thursday signed an order to make it easier for Americans to buy bare-bones health insurance plans, using his presidential powers to undermine Obamacare after fellow Republicans in Congress failed to repeal the 2010 law. Trump issued the executive order aimed at letting small businesses band together across state lines to buy cheaper, less regulated health plans for their employees with fewer benefits.
President Trump tweeted this week that he needs Congress to approve tax cuts to keep the stock market rally going, but that may not be the case after all.
TrumpCare is back and this time it only needed a single vote — President Trump, who signed an executive order regarding ObamaCare on Thursday.
WellCare (WCG) has been building partnerships in order to expand its geographical presence and improve the quality of its offerings.
Health Net, Inc. is helping ensure that members of its subsidiaries who have lost their homes or been evacuated due to current wildfires in Napa, Sonoma, Butte, Lake, Mendocino, Nevada, Orange and Yuba counties have access to essential prescription medications, critical Health Net information and other services to help them cope with grief, loss, stress or trauma.
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ST. LOUIS, Oct. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Centene Corporation (CNC) commented on updated Medicare Star quality ratings for the 2018 rating year published today by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The 2018 rating year will affect quality bonus payments for Medicare Advantage plans in 2019.
Despite the continuing chaos and insecurity storming the health care space with respect to repeal and replace of the old order, these healthcare stocks look solid bets to put money on.
Oct.13 -- Michael Neidorff, Centene Corp. chief executive officer, discusses President Donald Trump's decision to end health-insurance subsidies under Obamacare. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisenthal on "What'd You Miss?"