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Culture in the age of intolerance - the Coventry challenge

As someone who has spent a lot of time in and around Coventry in the last few years, I can sincerely congratulate the city on becoming Government’s designated ‘UK City of Culture 2021’. 941 more words

Political Morality

Putting Financial Stability Ahead Of Growth

IN THE SIX years since the International Monetary Fund last published a Financial System Stability Assessment of China, credit has boomed, spreading shadow banking has added complexity to the system, and moral hazard has grown as belief in the implicit state guarantee to firms and investors has remained unshakeable. 639 more words

Economy

Tax-smart tips to rebalance your clients’ portfolios

If you haven’t rebalanced some of your clients’ portfolios recently, you may be overdue. After all, in the five years ended September 30, 2017, the CRSP US Total Market Index was up a cumulative 94.3% while the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. 851 more words

Wealth Management

China Will Rebalance The World's Energy

ACROSS THE MORE heavily industrialised provinces, factories and plants are being ordered to shut down or limit production during the winter months. This is both to curtail excess industrial production and also to curb seasonal smog, a byproduct of China being the world’s largest consumer of coal, which provides 65% of its energy. 618 more words

Environment

North Korea purge a rebalancing from military: analysts

(Source: sg.news.yahoo.com)

Hwang Pyong-So is the latest to fall victim to a purge by North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, who analysts say is rebalancing power away from the military… 434 more words

Current Affairs

China Further Opens Its Financial Sector To Foreign Firms

TO ANYONE WHO has been paying attention, Friday’s announcement by Deputy Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao of foreign firms being allowed broader access to financial markets would not have come as a great surprise. 891 more words

Economy

Tax-smart tips to rebalance your portfolio

If you haven’t touched your portfolio in a few years, it may be time to rebalance. Consider this: If you started with a portfolio allocated to 60% stocks and 40% bonds at the bottom of the financial crisis in March 2009 and never rebalanced, your current asset allocation through July 2017 would be 75% stocks and 25% bonds.* That’s quite a drastic change in your portfolio’s risk profile! 715 more words

Investing