New York — Variable annuity sales sank in 2008 as the stock market's swoon scared off investors. As a result, insurers are raising prices and adding restrictions on the products. But sales of variable annuities should rebound once the stock market does, according to experts.

"The market will cure you quicker than anything," says Nancy Creedon, a principal with Deloitte & Touche LLP.

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