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Asia Markets: Most Asian markets strengthen after Fed raises rates: Asian stock markets outside mainland China strengthened Thursday, after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates but stopped short of signaling a faster pace of increases for this year.

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AHL Crosses Above Key Moving Average Level: In trading on Monday shares of Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd Symbol AHL crossed above their 200 day moving average of 43 13 changing hands as high as 44 75 per share Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd shares are currently trading up about 4 3 on the day The chart below shows the one http://bit.ly/2GP401o
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Have a home equity loan? Here's what you need to know about your taxes: If you don't know how President Trump's new tax law will affect you, you're not alone.

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Dow Drops 335 Points, VIX Soars as Facebook Leads Tech Nosedive: Stocks started the week on the wrong foot as the Dow closed more than 330 points lower FAANG stocks were the culprit in today s collapse as Facebook FB sold off amid its data harvesting controversy dragging tech into the red In addition Apple AAPL http://bit.ly/2GJuuBb
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Oracle to post third-quarter earnings March 19: What s Happening Software maker Oracle ORCL will release its fiscal third quarter results after the market close March 19 The consensus calls for earnings of 0 72 per share up from 0 69 during the same period last year The stock is currently up 12 6 on the year Technical http://bit.ly/2GGwGcG
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Who gets your IRA when you die? It's not so simple: If you want your assets to go to certain people upon your demise, make sure the paperwork reflects your wishes.

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Stocks Edge Higher, Finish Rocky Week in the Red: After trading on both sides of the coin throughout the day the Dow ultimately closed modestly higher The blue chip index was powered by upbeat 160 economic data as well as a rally in financial stocks which helped to offset reports of more personnel changes in the Trump http://bit.ly/2DCzsMX
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S&P Suffers Longest Losing Streak of 2018 on Mueller Subpoena: The Dow finished over 100 points higher today snapping a three day losing streak thanks to a strong session from UnitedHealth 160 UNH and upbeat economic data However the S amp P and Nasdaq ended the day in the red amid lingering concerns of a global trade war and reports http://bit.ly/2GzSlU3

S&P Suffers Longest Losing Streak of 2018 on Mueller Subpoena
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A startling amount of land in Japan has no official owner:


Property, period

THE tsunami of 2011 left gaping holes reminiscent of war zones in the landscape along the coast of Tohuku, in the north-east of Honshu, Japan's main island. Car navigation systems gave directions to landmarks that had vanished into the sea. The subsequent reconstruction effort hit an unexpected roadblock: missing landowners. Officials were stunned to find that hundreds of plots were held in the names of people who were dead or unknown.
The deluge threw the problem into particularly sharp relief in Tohuku, but it is widespread elsewhere too. A report last year for the government by a panel of experts estimated that about 41,000 sq km of land, or 11% of Japan's surface, was unclaimed, most of it in rural regions. By 2040, it warned, the area could more than double. The cumulative cost in lost productivity could be as high as ¥6trn ($56bn).

The countryside is littered with vacant plots and empty houses. Some date from Japan's great post-... http://econ.st/2FPvqTr
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Do credit booms foretell emerging-market crises?: ON THE morning of December 7th 1941, George Elliott Junior noticed “the largest blip” he had ever seen on a radar near America's naval base at Pearl Harbour. His discovery was dismissed by his superiors, who were thus unprepared for the Japanese bombers that arrived shortly after. The mistake prompted urgent research into “receiver operating characteristics”, the ability of radar operators to distinguish between true and false alarms.
A similar concern motivates research at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in Basel, Switzerland. Its equivalent to the radar is a set of economic indicators that can potentially detect the approach of financial crises. A prominent example is the “credit gap”, which measures the divergence between the level of credit to households and non-financial firms, expressed as a percentage of GDP, and its long-term trend. A big gap may reflect the kind of unsustainable credit boom that often precedes a crisis. Anything above 9% of GDP is reason to worry, according to Iñaki Aldasoro, Claudio Borio and Mathias Drehmann of the BIS.

The biggest blips on the oscilloscope include Canada (9.6%), Singapore (11.1%) and Switzerland (16.3%), according to the latest readings, released on March 11th. But the one that has kept everyone's eyes peeled is China, with a gap of 16.7% in the third quarter of 2017 (the latest BIS figure... http://econ.st/2FRM4BK
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