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This cost has jumped from around €35bn in 2011 because the discount rate has fallen sharply.
If the real interest rate is lower and looks likely to stay that way, discount rates will fall, too.
So, as interest rates rise, the discount rate will increase and asset prices will fall relative to incomes.
At an annual discount rate of 5 percent, $100,000 in the year 2027 would be worth about $65,000 right now.
Obamacare requires insurers to offer discounted rates on silver-level exchange plans (the second-highest-cost coverage package) to low- and moderate-income people (those who make 250 percent of the federal poverty level or less).
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