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Man credited with calling the 2008 crisis says the next 20 years in the stock market will 'break a lot of hearts'
Jeremy Grantham, an investor credited with predicting the 2000 and 2008 downturns, told CNBC on Thursday that investors should get inured to lackluster returns in the stock market for the next two decades, after a century of handsome gains. “In the last 100 years, we're used to delivering perhaps 6%,” but the U.S. market will be delivering real returns of about 2% or 3% on average over next 20 years, the value investor and co-founder of Boston-based asset manager GMO told CNBC in a rare interview. Over the past five years, the S&P 500 index (SPX) has produced a compound annual growth rate of 8.1%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) has boasted a CAGR of 9.1%, while the Nasdaq Composite Index (COMP) has registered a compound return of 11.4% over the same period, according to FactSet data.U.S. Yahoo Lifestyle
Muslim woman who went viral for photo in front of anti-Islam protest says her religion taught her 'to be unapologetic'
In a series of photos that went viral over the weekend, Ismaa’eel is seen posing in front of a group of men holding posters with hateful speech directed at people of the Islam faith.Politics USA TODAY
Former AG Jeff Sessions said Wednesday the conclusion of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation meant it was time for the nation to move on.Sports AFP
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr accused his team of taking victory for granted on Wednesday as the NBA champions slumped to an upset 129-121 playoff defeat to the Los Angeles Clippers. The Warriors had looked set to advance into a Western Conference semi-final showdown with Houston, needing only a victory on home turf against the eighth-seeded Clippers to complete a 4-1 series victory.Style Harper's Bazaar
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The friends sat down with Ellen DeGeneres on Tuesday, and things got hilariously awkward really fast.U.S. BGR News
Of all the holidays on the U.S. calendar, Easter is definitely one of the most low-key. Families gather, eat some ham, and maybe the kids hunt for colored eggs or eat a bunch of candy, but it's generally pretty chill. That is, unless you're in Florida, where being in the holiday spirit and donning an Easter Bunny costume doesn't stop anyone from getting into a heated street brawl in Orlando.A video, which was first posted by Instagram user Workfth but subsequently removed due to a perceived "community guidelines" violation, shows a friendly Easter Bunny getting right in the middle of a physical altercation between two men on a busy street. Curses are yelled, punches are thrown, and our furry friend is right there in the thick of it all.Posted again by a different user, the video can be seen below (until Instagram inevitably removes it yet again).https://www.instagram.com/p/BwkQt1SA_jw/It's difficult to parse what exactly is happening here but it's clear that the two men fighting at the beginning of the clip have a very big problem with one another. The bunny arrives late to the brawl but manages to get a few jabs and hooks in anyway, landing repeated blows on one of the men before police arrive and break things up.Once tempers die down a bit the bunny becomes an instant celebrity and proceeds to shadowbox to the amusement of the gathered spectators. Hilariously, despite throwing repeated punches with a police officer standing just feet away, the bunny sidesteps any reprimand while the cop sorts things out between the two original combatants.It's a lovely little video and further proof that Florida is a treasure that should be cherished and appreciated for the entertainment it gives us all.More on Yahoo View »The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonSeason 6 Episode 127Brie Larson, Wyatt Cenac, Wu-Tang ClanThe VoiceSeason 16 Episode 15Cross Battles Part 2 ResultsNew AmsterdamSeason 1 Episode 19Happy PlaceLate Night With Seth MeyersSeason 6 Episode 92Amy Sedaris, Mayor Pete Buttigeig, Toro y Moi
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