Saturday, July 2, 2016
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Monday, March 7, 2016
– Global equities came under pressure in February, posting a negative return in US dollar terms. Perceived safe havens rallied for a second consecutive month with Treasury, gilt and Bund yields falling.
– US equities registered a small negative return. Investors deferred expectations for further rate increases after Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen warned that global financial market turbulence could set back US growth.
– In the eurozone, weak inflation data reinforced expectations of further monetary policy easing. In the UK, sterling came under pressure after a referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU was called for 23 June.
– Japanese equities posted sharp declines amid doubts over the success of “Abenomics”, a stronger yen and concern over the slowdown in China.
– Emerging markets outpaced their developed world counterparts. Expectations for stimulus measures in China spurred a rally in commodity-linked stocks.
Sunday, January 3, 2016
2. Resolving the estate, including paying legal costs
3. Giving resettlement back to the nation of origin
4. Covering future educational costs
2. Borderless coverage, especially for expats and frequent international travelers
3. Benefit limits
4. Whether premiums are fixed throughout the policy term
5. The type of coverage needed, such as Deaths All Causes as a result of illness, accidents, and acts of war and terrorism; or Deaths Natural Causes in high-risk areas
6. Eligibility age
7. Types of exclusions
8. Term renewals (for example, every year or every 10 years)
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