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Friday, November 18, 2022
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Current Annuities Boom Still Likely Faint for DC-Plan Advisers
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Annuity sales are on a tear in 2022, drawing interest, but potentially limited implementation from defined contribution retirement plan advisers and sponsors.
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Investment Product and Service Launches
MarketVector announces partnership with portfolio-as-a-service provider; J.P. Morgan Wealth Management launches remote investing advice; T.Rowe Price launches floating rate ETF; and more.
Today’s Most Read
1. Wait, SECURE 2.0 Might Not Pass?
2. Asset Managers Scramble to Offer In-Demand Investment Vehicles
3. NQDC Plans Increasingly Used to Try and Draw, Retain Execs
DOL Hosts Public Hearing on QPAM Proposal
The commentators and DOL representatives had stark disagreements on the implications of some the proposal’s provisions.
Expert Panel: Today’s Retirement Plan Advisories Require Specialization
An evolving small business market, increased regulation, and shifts in client needs all lead to more specialized retirement plan advisement, according to a panel held by American College.
Sharp Year-End Decrease In Bonuses Expected for Financial Sector
In the financial services sector, base salaries increase 4% to 5% for the second straight year in 2022, while bonuses are set to fall amid volatile markets, according to Johnson Associates.
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Thursday, the Dow lost 7.51 points (0.02%) to finish trading at 33,546.32, the Nasdaq decreased 38.70 points (0.35%) to close at 11,144.96 and the S&P 500 decreased 12.23 points (0.31%) to close at 3,946.56. The Russell 2000 lost 14.04 points (0.76%) to close at 1,839.12 and the Wilshire 5000 decreased 169.78 points (0.43%) to finish trading at 39,263.79. The price of the 10-year Treasury note fell 29/32, sending the yield up to 3.772%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond fell 7/32, raising the yield to 3.881%. 

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