Risk to healthcare insurance stocks is decidely down.
Prices aren't going to return to their previous peak in the next decade, if ever.
But at the Fed, they must be scratching their heads right now.
Despite the strong jobs report, wage increases remain weak.
No one in a position of leadership seems to know what's going on.

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It seems the central bank is nervous about unemployment being this low and trending lower.
The issue of EU citizens' rights was supposed to be the easiest of the negotiation; it's anything but easy.
The answer is to really make the Exchanges the focal point of liquidity for healthcare insurance.
The central bank shows it is serious in its intention to take control of London's lucrative business.
The only sensible thing is for the Fed to sell bonds into the market now, while it is still very strong.


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