An example of a "safety marriage" is a woman who was in one of my divorce groups. She was homeless during the recession and had to reside with her parents (something she hated doing as a 30-something-year-old). She went on a dating frenzy and, at one point, I wondered if she might have issues with sex addiction. After dating for only a few months, she got married. I realized she wanted to get married to have financial security. She made it clear to me that her choice was more about money than love, and it was a choice that worked for her and her partner. … [Read more...] about ‘I’m a Marriage Therapist, Here Are 3 Ways Marriage Has Changed in the Past 20 Years’
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Some of these are: Complete saturation of existing rail lines, many of which are working on more than 100 per cent capacity utilisation, thus choking growth in earnings; inter-mixing of major freight lines with heavy-density passenger routes; cross-subsidisation of passenger fares with freight rates; the constraints of funding sourced as GBS; and popular resentment over passenger amenities. … [Read more...] about Will Suresh Prabhu be forced to quit as Railway Minister?
In a liquidity-led chase for returns, we typically see rotation into underperforming asset classes. So there is a case for increased flows to emerging markets and India is relatively still the more exciting of the emerging economies given the strong consumption base and increase in companies seeking investment avenues outside China. So far, the flows that India has received are in line with global flows to other markets too. A good proportion of the flows are into ETFs, which are passive in nature. Thus it looks like largecaps will continue to get a bulk of the FII flows. … [Read more...] about DAILY VOICE: Valuations of largecaps & polarization of market into top 10-20 stocks are biggest risks, says Mihir Vora of Max Life
In the context that global FDI is likely to decline by 40 per cent in 2020, Việt Nam is looking relatively positive having attracted total registered capital of nearly US$20 billion in the first eight months of the year, with new capital increasing by 6.6 per cent and additional capital by 22.2 per cent. … [Read more...] about Việt Nam urged to improve infrastructure to attract more FDI
Between looking for jobs, she focuses much of her mental energy calculating how she can afford to get better. As of now, thanks to a little savings from a European trip she couldn’t take, she can still afford to pay the $562 a month for her health insurance without a job. She’d prefer a cheaper plan but is afraid of what might happen if she goes with a less robust offering. On top of that, she’s spent more than $1,500 out of pocket for treatments that would have been covered if she’d tested positive for COVID-19, not to mention a $1,200 hospital bill she’s still paying off in increments. And all those $60 copays to see all those different doctors add up. … [Read more...] about At 35, Carrie Was Finally Feeling Secure In Her Adult Life. The Coronavirus Completely Derailed It.