Adverse ruling on subsidies could hammer insurance stocks

The Affordable Care Act has been particularly kind to the stocks of health insurers, some of which are up 45 percent to 68 percent over the past year. But that could change if the U.S. Supreme Court issues an adverse ruling later this month in the King v. Burwell case, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has reported. Some insurers, such as Anthem, could be hit harder than others, because the Indiana-based insurer made product offerings through the state exchanges sooner than UnitedHealth Group. Read the full article in FierceHealthPayer

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