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March 19th, 2020

At the Helm: Advisers and Clients Embrace 3(38) Services

The retirement planning world has moved steadily toward 3(38) fiduciary investment management services, driven by the shared preferences of plan sponsors and advisers. Read more >
News Reports: Treasury Wants to See Money Market Fund Guarantee
Media outlets suggest one of the federal government’s responses to the coronavirus outbreak will be to temporarily guarantee money market funds—mirroring what proved to be an important policy decision made during the Great Recession. Read more >
Suit Challenging TDFs in Walgreen Retirement Plan to Proceed
Citing previous court decisions, a judge said dismissal is not proper at this early stage and the plaintiffs lack the information to detail their claims until discovery proceeds. Read more >
Advisers Giving Back: The CAPTRUST Community Foundation
Though its giving efforts are expansive, the CAPTRUST Community Foundation’s vision is singular: ‘Plain and simple, we want to enrich the lives of all children.’ Read more >
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Voya Announces Availability of Student Loan Debt Benefits
Through a partnership with Vault, employers have three core offerings from which to choose. Read more >
Opposition, and Support, Continue for Reg BI
Former Congressmen Dodd and Frank join the legal challenge, while the financial and insurance communities largely stand behind the rule. Read more >
Market Mirror
Wednesday, the Dow lost 1,338.46 points (6.30%) to finish at 19,898.92, the NASDAQ decreased 344.94 points (4.70%) to 6,989.84, and the S&P 500 dropped 130.77 points (5.17%) to close at 2,398.42. The Russell 2000 fell 115.45 points (10.43%) to 991.23, and the Wilshire 5000 closed 1,458.17 points (5.79%) lower at 23,724.73. The price of the 10-year Treasury note decreased 32/32, bringing its yield up to 1.185%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond fell 1 28/32, increasing its yield to 1.757%.
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