The fact that both fixed and variable annuities posted sales increases in June wasn’t quite as rare as summer snow, but it was enough to raise eyebrows among industry watchers.

“There’s just so much instability out there, so many unknowns, that things have gotten quirky,” said Scott Stathis, managing director of research firm Kehrer-LIMRA.

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