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US Pension Funds May Invest $400 Billion in Stocks
What Should High Allergic People Do in the Spring?
Fitch Ratings changes outlook of London insurance market to negative due to COVID-19 outbreak
Investments of Life Insurers during the Market Decline
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Market Decline Will not Be Long, According to Experts
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An Inexpensive Way to Strengthen Immunity Named

Cardiologist Vladimir Khoroshev in an interview with Radio Sputnik reminded a cheap but effective medication that strengthens the body defense.

Reasons to Buy a Life Insurance Policy

The survey conducted by Friends Provident International in 2018 showed that more than half of the inhabitants of the United Arab Emirates did not have a life insurance policy, and only a quarter of respondents admitted that they bought such coverage.

US Pension Funds May Invest $400 Billion in Stocks

US pension funds, which delayed the rebalancing of their portfolios, might invest $400 billion in shares in the next two quarters, Reuters reports citing JP Morgan analysts.

What Should High Allergic People Do in the Spring?

The allergologists and immunologists Vladimir Bolibok and Alexei Bessmertny have explained to TASS what seasonal allergy is, where it comes from, how to treat it and why one needs to consult a specialist with this disease.

Fitch Ratings changes outlook of London insurance market to negative due to COVID-19 outbreak

Fitch Ratings changed forecast of London insurance market from stable to negative due to growing concern about the consequences of COVID-19 outbreak, writes Forinshurer.

Investments of Life Insurers during the Market Decline

The Coronavirus, oil price collapse, falling Tenge and falling markets do not scare Kazakhstani life insurers. Despite the fact the companies’ head offices are closed, LICs continue to work in the remote mode.

The equity of LICs in annual terms grew by 57.8%

A high amount of premiums in February supported the companies’ capitalization.

How Life Insurers Survive the Coronavirus Crisis

Coronavirus has spread to more than 150 countries and has been recognized as a pandemic by the World Health Organization by now. According to the latest data, over 440 thousand people were infected worldwide; more than 20 thousand deaths were recorded. In this article we present a selection of news on how different countries are struggling with a new virus.

Market Decline Will not Be Long, According to Experts

According to market participants, the coronavirus pandemic will not lead to the economic recession in the European Union.

Pension Reform Announced in Japan

The Japanese government announced about reforming of the pension system, reports The Japan Times.

What habit helps viruses spread?

The World Health Organization specialists for prevention of any viral infection, including COVID-19, recommend people to contact less with others, wear masks, wash their hands more often and try not to touch their faces. As it turned out, the last advice is practically impossible to do, RIA Novosti writes. Constant touching the mouth, nose and eyes is an instinctive behavior characteristic of a person as a species.

How does Australian pension system work?

While pension systems around the world are going through hard times, Australia's PS is showing stability, Bloomberg writes. From the point of view of the retirees’ financial security, this system took third place in the world (the Netherlands and Denmark are leaders in the ranking). Experts predict Australian PS to increase from $3 trillion to $5.4 trillion in 10 years.

UK Life Insurance Sector Rating Downgraded to Negative

The international rating agency Fitch Ratings revised the forecast for the UK life insurance sector reducing it from “stable” to “negative”.

Women and Retirement Annuity

It has long been believed that women are dependent on men when it comes to retirement. According to the Social Security Bulletin as of 1993, about 80% of married women did not work before marriage as early as in 1940. The situation has changed during the World War II, but the wage gap still exists.

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