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ONE of the top financial concerns of retirees is running out of money.
LONDON: For all the angst about trade wars, geopolitics and a sputtering and overly indebted global economy, 2019 might just be the best year investors have ever had.
THE question, “when should one plan for one’s retirement?” is often asked.
MINNEAPOLIS/NEW YORK: On the night of Aug. 30, a 21-year-old University of Minnesota student said she was in a chauffeured black car, trying to keep billionaire JD.com Inc Chief Executive Richard Liu from pulling off her clothes.
LONDON: Investors inclined to sell treasuries without batting an eyelid are unlikely to repeat the feat on German bunds.
LET’S face it, retirement can be a life-changing event.
LONDON: “Nothing is impossible.” These three words are on a plaque that Aliko Dangote keeps on his office desk in Lagos, Nigeria, constantly reminding Africa’s richest man how to approach the world. Dangote, who was worth US$12.3bil as of mid-August, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, is modest in his personal life but bold in business. Presiding over an empire that includes cement, freight, infrastructure, agriculture, and soon oil refining,