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Leonid Bershidsky

Hungary Is Happy to Be Germany's Gatekeeper

In 1989, the Hungarians pushed an Iron Curtain open. This time, Orban has slammed it shut. 

Andy Mukherjee

Singapore’s Homes Get an Anti-Aging Lift

By raising pension contributions, the city is putting more money in the pockets of older citizens. That could boost the housing market.

Adam Minter

The World Needs Chinese to Care About Climate Change

Surprisingly few say they’re concerned, which doesn’t bode well for China’s efforts to meet its Paris commitments. 

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Denmark’s Jyske Bank Sets Negative-Rate Mortgage Milestone

Jyske Bank A/S, Denmark’s third-largest lender, announced in early August a mortgage rate of -0.5%, before fees. Mikkel Hoegh, Jyske Realkredit housing economist, explains the dynamics behind the offering on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close." (Source: Bloomberg)
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