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Is A Four-Day Workweek Feasible?


Posted by David Craggen

on Tuesday, 18 September 2018 09:21

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This may end up being the century of the four-day work week, as companies begin experimenting with previously unheard of productivity tricks and studies seem to confirm their findings.

In the end, research is increasingly showing that workers might end up being more productive if they work less.... CLICK for complete article



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Stocks & Equities

'Sell Everything'? Stocks, Bonds, Dollar Slide As New Tariffs Loom


Posted by ZeroHedge

on Monday, 17 September 2018 08:49

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A sea of red...

After China's slump to 2014 lows, US markets are seeing selling pressure everywhere with bond prices down (10Y yields above 3.00%), the dollar sinking, and US stocks are all lower... CLICK for complete article



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Energy & Commodities

Diesel Demand Is Set To Soar


Posted by Irina Slav

on Monday, 17 September 2018 08:45

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The International Maritime Organization’s new rules on fuel emissions that will come into effect in 2020 will help to lift diesel demand, according to industry insiders attending an S&P Global Platts event in Brussels this week.

The new emission rules stipulate that only vessels using fuels with a sulfur content of 0.5 percent or less will be allowed to roam the oceans, as per the IMO’s strategy aimed at cutting total carbon emissions from maritime transport in half by 2050. Those that use fuel with a higher sulfur content—the current limit is 3.5 percent—will only be allowed to remain in operation if they are equipped with emission-clearing equipment, which comes at no small cost.

As a result, expectations are, naturally, that high-sulfur fuels demand will take a hit while low-sulfur fuels enjoy higher demand.... CLICK for complete article



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Asset protection

What Can Cause the Next Mortgage Crisis in the US?


Posted by Wolf Richter

on Monday, 17 September 2018 08:41

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Mortgage delinquencies at all commercial banks in the US inched down to 3.14% in the second quarter, the lowest since Q2 2007, according to the Federal Reserve. But after those soothingly low delinquency rates in 2007, something happened. By Q3 2008, the delinquency rate hit 5.2%, and in Q4 2009, it went over 10%, and stayed in the double-digits until Q1 2013. This was the mortgage crisis. And we’re a million miles away from it, thank God. Or are we? CLICK for complete article



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Economic Outlook

The New Ultra-Wealthy Benchmark Is $50 Million


Posted by Fred Dunkley

on Monday, 17 September 2018 08:32

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Millionaires are pretty much just regular upper middle class folk these days. After all, when there are 16 million of them, they get lost in a sea of ordinariness. They aren’t ultra-wealthy at all. If you want ultra-wealthy, you have to have at least $50 million to make the grade. Better yet, bump it up to billionaire.... CLICK for complete article



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