When Blue KC pulled out there were few options for the 67,000 people affected by the move. But it’s a different scene today. The Kansas City market has become increasingly competitive with several insurers, including Ambetter and Cigna serving local ACA customers, said Abraham, “a fairly decent number of insurers competing.”
- BlackRock CEO Larry Fink told CNBC on Tuesday stocks have more upside ahead and most investors should put more money to work in the market.
- “I believe we still have more to go on the upside even in front of probably rising infection rates with COVID-19,” Fink said.
- With interest rates lower for longer and the likelihood of a second fiscal stimulus, Fink expects the market to move higher.
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink told CNBC on Tuesday that stocks have more upside ahead and investors should put more money to work in the market.
“We have a strong conviction that the average investor still is under-invested and they’re going to have to be putting more and more money to work over the coming months and maybe even years,” Fink said. “I believe we still have more to go on the upside even in