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Thursday, June 16, 2022
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Labor Secretary Walsh Talks Crypto, DOL Budget
Labor Secretary Marty Walsh testified to Congress that DOL is open to a rule that would regulate cryptocurrency in retirement accounts—and potentially more broadly than that.
Today’s Most Read
1. Many Providers Are Prioritizing Participant Financial Advice in 2023
2. OneDigital Acquires $500M Florida Retirement and Wealth Management Shop
3. A Reminder to Avoid Fraudulent Hardship Withdrawals
Schwab’s Robo SEC Settlement Highlights Disclosure Pitfalls
In addition to a monetary settlement, three Charles Schwab investment adviser subsidiaries have agreed to retain an independent consultant to review their policies and procedures relating to their robo-adviser’s disclosures, advertising and marketing practices.
FutureFuel.io Announces New Acquisition, Rebrand
With its acquisition of College Finance Company, the company, now known as Candidly, says its platform can be delivered as an employee benefit or embedded into a partner’s native experience.
What’s Been Learned From ERISA Case Proceedings
While the prevalence of settlements in ERISA cases means fewer legal conclusions have been drawn by the courts than one might expect, certain important lessons about fiduciary duties are emerging.
Facing Criticism for ESG Rules, SEC Unlikely to Back Down
Attorneys who track financial regulations say SEC Chair Gary Gensler has no qualms about pushing forward big, ambitious proposals, even if they are destined to be challenged in the courts.
Market Mirror Market Mirror Graph

Wednesday, the Dow gained 303.70 points (1.00%) to 30,668.53, the Nasdaq was up 270.81 points (2.50%) to close at 11,099.16, and the S&P 500 increased 54.51 points (1.46%) to 3,789.94. The Russell 2000 gained 23.31 points (1.36%) to 1,731.14, and the Wilshire 5000 increased 574.58 points (1.55%) to 37,619.23.

The price of the 10-year Treasury note increased 1 25/32 bringing its yield down to 3.316%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond gained 1 30/32 bringing its yield down to 3.329%.

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