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November 20th, 2020

What to Expect From a Biden Appointee-Led SEC

A former Securities and Exchange Commission litigator who was at the regulator during the transition from the Clinton administration to the Bush administration considers what might happen when Democratic President-elect Joe Biden takes office. Read more >
What Biden's Win Means for Retirement Plans
Experts say the president-elect could start the process of shoring up Social Security and embrace ESG investing. Read more >
Investment Product and Service Launches
First Affirmative launches AffirmativESG; Dimensional Fund Advisors to add new actively managed ETFs; Conning adds Climate Risk Reporting and Scenario Service; and more. Read more >
Close to Their Hearts
Advisers giving back Read more >
Congress Says It Will Fix at Least 4 Errors in SECURE 2.0
SS&C Adds Allianz Retirement Income Annuity to DC Plan Platform
As States Add Retirement Programs, Private Providers See Growth
ChatGPT Sentiment Analysis Significantly Outperforms Stock Market Average
Retirement Clearinghouse Issues Alert of IRA Data Breach
Sponsored message from John Hancock
Add Financial Stress to the Symptoms—and the Cost—of the Covid-19 Pandemic
Financial stress has increased among American workers as the pandemic has continued, adding to the costs borne by employers. Plan sponsors, financial professionals, and recordkeepers can work together to reinforce the basics of improving financial wellness—it’s what workers are looking for. Read more >
Whether—and How—to Vote Proxies
DOL proposal could complicate this plan-fiduciary job. Read more >
A Return to Rollover Advice
The DOL revisits the potential for adviser/client ongoing relationships. Read more >
Market Mirror
Thursday, the Dow was up 44.81 points (0.15%) at 29,483.23, the NASDAQ gained 103.11 points (0.87%) to finish at 11,904.71, and the S&P 500 increased 14.08 points (0.39%) to 3,581.87. The Russell 2000 closed 14.82 points (0.84%) higher at 1,784.13, and the Wilshire 5000 climbed 214.21 points (0.58%) to 37,219.13.   The price of the 10-year Treasury note was up 2/32, decreasing its yield to 0.849%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond increased 31/32, bringing its yield down to 1.566%.
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