The Moneyist: ‘All kinds of stories and explanations are popping up’: My brother moved in with our mother after our father died in 2015, and transferred family property into his name
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‘They no longer live in it and the property has gone into disrepair at this point.’
: ‘Celebrating that your job gets to live in your house rent-free’: Remote work has fueled U.S. house prices during the pandemic — so what happens when people return to the office?
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'Our results also imply that the future path of housing costs may depend critically on the path of remote work,' two economists wrote in a new paper.
Crypto: Crypto gets political: How cryptocurrency impacted Tuesday’s primary elections
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Here's how a couple of primary elections could be influenced by the crypto industry.
The Wall Street Journal: Fed’s Evans says aggressive rate hikes needed to tame inflation
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Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans said Tuesday that aggressive central bank rate rises are needed to get inflation back under control.
Help Me Retire: I pay $2,164 a year in retirement account fees – one month’s worth of contributions – should I leave one of the plans for an IRA instead?
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Have a question about your own retirement savings? Email us at HelpMeRetire@marketwatch.com
In One Chart: Here’s what a modern Volcker-style inflation fight could look like, SocGen says
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Here's what could be in the cards if the Federal Reserve goes "Volcker-style" in its inflation fight, says Societe Generale's global quantitative research team.
The Wall Street Journal: Japan’s economy contracts slightly in first quarter
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Japan’s economy contracted in the first three months of the year, when restrictions related to a resurgence of COVID-19 infections held back consumer spending.
MarketWatch First Take: Elon Musk doesn’t want to buy Twitter anymore, but Twitter should make him pay for it
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It's becoming quite clear that Elon Musk no longer wants to buy Twitter, or at least not at the current price he had negotiated, in what has become one of the strangest M&A […]
: U.S. officially surpasses 1 million COVID-19 deaths
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According to Johns Hopkins data, 1,000,139 Americans have died from COVID-19 so far.
Crypto: The history of private bank notes in 1800s may hint at the future for stablecoins: Not a good one, says Goldman Sachs
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The current state of stablecoins shares similarity with private bank notes, which circulated as money in the 19th century and was later replaced by national bank notes subject to […]