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U.S. health insurer, Aetna provided an outlook about its 2014 earnings and at the same time reaffirmed its 2013 earnings.
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Aetna was a leading decliner within the health care sector, falling $1.16 (-1.8%) to $65.14 on average volume
Aetna Inc's CEO said on Thursday that the time frame is too short for the U.S. health insurer to go through the regulatory processes it needs to reinstate or extend canceled health plans and that it will not be doing so. CEO Mark Bertolini made the comments at an investor meeting where he gave an update on how the insurer is affected by the U.S. Affordable Care Act. Last month, President Barack Obama said that insurers could extend these health plans under a temporary transitional policy that allowed canceled plans to be reinstated and extended into 2015 whether they complied with the ACA or not. "We talked to the insurance commissioners and the insurance commissioners have agreed with us.
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