They say 60 is the new 40. And while it’s true that today’s over 50s are healthy and active for longer than previous generations, many in this position begin to dream about scaling back their work commitments so they can start ticking off their bucket list.
The Pulse In April, equity markets rose helped by political developments in Europe and solid US corporate earnings reports In the United States, the technology-laden NASDAQ Composite Index rose to all time highs, boosted by strong earnings results from the major technology companies US consumer and business sentiment surveys fell back from the recent highs […]
The Pulse In January, global equity markets continued to rise with the US share market making fresh record highs as investors continued to react positively to Donald Trump’s election as 45th President of the United States. In the United States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index closed above 20,000 for the first time. US manufacturing […]
The Pulse The recovery in equity and commodity prices continued in April helped by reasonable economic data and commentary from central banks that implied interest rates would remain lower for longer Oil prices continued to move higher, up another 20% in April. Iron ore prices rose 23% over the month China growth figures were reasonably […]