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Rising care prices continue to drive expenses up for most health care plan providers making profitability an even tougher task. Renewed concerns in Europe sent many investors running from equities, bringing share prices of several insurers down as well.
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Growing domestic enrollment has also been difficult, further compounding the industry's existing growth obstacles. Overseas markets may begin to play an increasingly important role if domestic operations continue to stagnate. Cigna Corp.'s recently announced joint venture with Finansbank to sell insurance products in Turkey is even more encouraging considering the current outlook for the U.S. market. Register now to have free access to our report on CIGNA Corp., and to do so please click the link below.
Regulatory concerns never seem to go away for the industry, and now it's no different. It is been a month since the Supreme Court upheld most of President Obama's plan and the effects are coming into focus. Insurers weighted towards the individual and employer sponsored insurance market like WellPoint Inc. could be at greater risk to be affected by fees and restrictions imposed by the law. Investors and shareholders of WellPoint Inc. can simply register for our complimentary reports by clicking on the link below.
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