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Wednesday, June 22, 2022
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2022 PLANADVISER DCIO Survey
Because qualified default investment alternatives remain the primary recipients of participant earnings deferrals—87% of plans in 2021 had a QDIA, according to Vanguard—they remain the focus of the DCIO industry. 
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What 2 Supportive Commenters Say About SEC’s Climate Regulations
The Consumer Federation of America and the Investment Adviser Association have different goals and objectives, but both organizations voice support for the SEC’s proposed climate disclosure regulations.
Today’s Most Read
1. Barnabas Health Latest to Settle ERISA Suit
2. The Role of the 401(k) in Today’s Tight Labor Market
3. Excessive Fee ERISA Complaint Targets Cook Group
The ‘Why’ Behind OneDigital’s New Wealth Management Partnerships
In collaboration with firms including BlackRock and PIMCO, OneDigital plans to offer employees solutions and investment advice specific to their financial situation.
Ready for PTE 2020-02 July 1 Enforcement?
The July 1 enforcement date for the Department of Labor’s new best-interest rollover documentation requirements has been widely publicized, but that doesn’t mean all advisers are ready.
Cryptocurrency in DC Plans
The DOL explains the digital investment products’ risks and challenges.
Volatility, Inflation and Stagflation Concerns in Context
To understand what may come next during a turbulent period in the markets and the global economy, experts consider the lessons of past economic and market cycles.
Market Mirror Market Mirror Graph

Tuesday, the Dow was up 641.47 points (2.15%) to 30,530.25, the Nasdaq gained 270.95 points (2.51%) to 11,069.30, and the S&P 500 was up 89.95 points (2.45%) to 3,764.79. The Russell 2000 gained 28.34 points (1.70%) to 1,694.03, and the Wilshire 5000 was up 859.52 points (2.35%) to 37,387.17.

The price of the 10-year Treasury note fell 5/32 raising its yield to 3.292%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond fell 1 26/32 and its yield increased to 3.361%.

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