March 29, 2021

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U.S. regulators inch toward pet-insurance rules as Sir Purrs A Lot ails

March 26 (Reuters) – U.S. insurance regulators are close to creating a legal standard for pet insurance that would address long-standing consumer complaints that insurers rarely pay up when their furry friends are not well.

A National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) committee is scheduled to meet on Friday to discuss fine-print provisions about several controversial issues. Among them: determining whether a pet’s condition is “pre-existing” and how long customers must wait after buying coverage to file claims.

The committee is preparing for NAIC’s national meeting in April, where regulators from all 50 states will congregate to discuss top-of-mind issues.

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Dogecoin? A lot of ‘retail punters are going to lose money,’ says crypto expert


‘Unfortunately a lot of retail punters are going to lose money on dogecoin in the long term because there’s really not much there in terms of interesting technology.’

That’s Nic Carter on CNBC on Wednesday explaining the potential perils of piling into dogecoin, as a number of celebrities and captains of industry have been touting the cryptocurrency that was created as a joke back in 2013.

Read: Should I buy dogecoin? Why prices of the cryptocurrency are surging—but risky

Carter underscored to CNBC’s Europe affiliate the fact that is widely understood in the crypto community that dogecoin has

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