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"Mnuchin calling the headers major banks over the weekend asking about whether they had sufficient liquidity to keep lending that caused some concern amongst investors number of people with Affordable Care Act health insurance will likely drop by about two million next year. NPR's Alison kodjak reports the estimate by independent analysts assumes many people who don't get subsidies will drop out of the insurance market. The analysis was conducted by Charles Gabe who tracks enrollment in pricing on the website ACA sign ups dot net. He says about eleven point four million people will buy insurance for twenty nine through the exchanges by the time in Roman end in every state that's about three hundred and fifty thousand fewer people than bought coverage for this year. The biggest"