National insurer stocks: Where UnitedHealth, Anthem & 5 others stand year to date

Morgan Haefner - Print  | 

Some of the nation's largest commercial payers have seen their stocks fall slightly this year, while others have seen gains despite new pressures presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here is an update on how the stocks of seven commercial payers are performing year to date as of May 20 at 2 p.m. CT:

1. Molina Healthcare: Up 32.9 percent to $177.23
2. Humana: Up 7.9 percent to $391.80
3. Centene Corp.: Up 5.7 percent to $65.40
4. UnitedHealth Group: Down 1.4 percent to $288.85
5. Anthem: Down 6.7 percent to $280.81
6. Cigna: Down 7.8 percent to $189.31
7. CVS Health (Aetna): Down 14.7 percent to $63.29

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