Editors' picks for the week include a story on Chicago Stock Exchange's future and a look at insurers' stock performance during the week.
Shrinking Guggenheim life unit to disappear in intercompany merger
A company formed seven years ago in connection with the reorganization of Standard Life Insurance Co. of Indiana will soon be going away.
Spread compression shows 'everybody likes subprime auto'
Lenders have continued to find strong investor demand in the first two months of 2018, and the coupons have been especially favorable considering that they have been achieved against the backdrop of a rising interest rate environment.
Chicago Stock Exchange forced to again re-evaluate future after SEC axes deal
Chicago Stock Exchange Inc.'s future is now up in the air after regulators blocked an investor group's bid to acquire the company.
State Auto, Navigators face volatility after earnings reports
State Auto Financial Corp. and Navigators Group Inc. rode out volatile trading sessions during the past week, following the companies' fourth-quarter 2017 earnings results.
Trump administration makes way for cheaper but riskier health plans
The Trump administration has further opened the door for insurers to market short-terms plans intended to be available at cheaper costs but without the protections now covered by the Affordable Care Act.