Month: June 2022

Getty Images Over the past couple of years, the effects of Covid-19, social activism and economic uncertainty have profoundly impacted women’s attitudes about their finances, according to a UBS survey. Nearly 9 in 10 women believe money is a tool to achieve their personal “purpose,” the report uncovered, polling 1,400 women investors in January and
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Whether manifesting as floods, droughts, wildfires, tornadoes, hurricanes, derechos or temperature extremes, effects of climate change are likely to exert steadily greater impact on American cities in the years ahead. The certain negative consequences to the built environment have spurred proactive real estate developers to embrace climate-resistant design principles. Aim: To future-proof their properties against
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India’s stocks didn’t have a good start in the first half of the year, but stock brokerage Kotak Securities remains bullish on two stocks. Reliance Industries, an energy and telecommunications conglomerate, has been making a lot of small acquisitions and is “very aggressive” in converting companies into digital businesses, said Shrikant Chouhan, executive vice president
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Getty Images Americans are increasingly turning to side hustles to make more money amid economic uncertainty and persistent high inflation. Some 44% of Americans are working at least one extra job to make ends meet each month, according to survey from Insuranks, a small business insurance marketplace. The online survey of more than 1,000 adults
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A waterfront penthouse with a resort-like amenity has landed on the market for $16.35 million, making it the highest-priced condo listing in Sarasota, Florida, according to listing agent Moriah Taliaferro of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty’s downtown Sarasota office. A large outdoor area with a putting green is among the unique features and contemporary finishes that
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President Biden has declared many times in recent weeks that fighting inflation is his top economic priority. Although the Federal Reserve is primarily responsible for maintaining price stability, Biden’s attitude is the right one at a time when prices are rising at their fastest rate in over 40 years and Americans across the political spectrum
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In this article SCHW JPM BLK MS Getty Images As demand grows for specialized portfolios, a trend known as direct indexing is quickly becoming an option for more investors.   Rather than owning a mutual or exchange-traded fund, direct indexing is buying the stocks of an index to achieve goals like tax efficiency, diversification or values-based
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Dougal Waters | Getty Images Despite the economic and professional gains made by women over the last 50 years, gender gaps persist — and not just in rate of pay. Retirement readiness and financial know-how are key areas with notable gaps, according to two studies recently released by the TIAA Institute. For example, among workers
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Topline A leading indicator for housing market activity—pending home sales—unexpectedly jumped in May and reversed six straight months of declines, according to new data from the National Association of Realtors on Monday, though experts warn that higher mortgage rates will continue to weigh on demand. Key Facts Pending home sales, which measure signed contracts on
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