2020年欧洲杯小组赛赛程

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Isolation and HIV memories hit LGBT+ elderly hard in lockdowns

2020年欧洲杯小组赛赛程STROUD, England / MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As lockdowns are imposed around the world to stop the spread of coronavirus, LGBT+ groups are scrambling to support older members of their community who are more likely to live alone and suffer from poor health than their heterosexual peers.

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Already retired, or close to it? How to think about volatility in perilous times

The breathtaking coronavirus-induced plunge of the stock market has unnerved retirement investors of all ages, but it poses special risks for people close to, or already retired. Unlike younger workers with many years ahead of earning and saving, older investors are less able to fall back on income from work and may have less ability to wait out their losses.

BA-owner has not asked for state aid: CEO

British Airways-owner IAG has not asked for state aid, said its CEO, as he detailed the group's response to the coronavirus crisis, including accelerating the retirement of some aircraft and possible cuts to 2021 capacity.

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U.S. oil company workers make big, bad retirement bet: their own stock

Employees at the largest U.S. oil companies have lost around $5 billion in retirement savings since the end of 2018 because of outsized bets on their own slumping stock, according to a Reuters analysis of company disclosures, a trend exacerbated by the recent crash in oil prices.

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Mark Miller on Retirement

The truth about 'greedy' seniors and the 'war' between generations

2020年欧洲杯小组赛赛程Former U.S. senator Alan Simpson summarized the argument well: seniors fighting Social Security benefit cuts were nothing more than “greedy geezers” stealing from young people “who are going to get gutted.” The Wyoming Republican's memorable phrase from 2012 is a good example of the colorful language of so-called intergenerational warfare - pitting generations against one another with zero-sum-game economic arguments.