Meet the typical Russian homebuyer in America: They spend more than other foreign buyers and tend to pay in cash

Russian buyers tend to cluster in a few US hubs and use their homes as primary residences, rather than rental properties.
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Meet the typical Russian homebuyer in America: They spend more than other foreign buyers and tend to pay in cash

Meet the typical Russian homebuyer in America: They spend more than other foreign buyers and tend to pay in cash

Russian buyers tend to cluster in a few US hubs and use their homes as primary residences, rather than rental properties.

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These 6 charts show why the economy is in trouble and the stock market is in a bubble, says an economist who believes there's a 75% chance of a recession later this year — even if inflation is transitory
5 million people have moved to a new area because of remote work since 2020. Another 19 million could still follow.

5 million people have moved to a new area because of remote work since 2020. Another 19 million could still follow.

The pandemic-era shift to live beyond a normal commuting distance from work may is looking like just the tip of a very large iceberg.

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A strategist at $4.5 billion hedge fund lays out the 2 reasons he's still betting on multifamily housing despite stagflation and recession fears — and shares an indicator that could signal a surge in housing defaults
Wage growth slowed to a halt in February. It could be exactly what the economy needs right now.

Wage growth slowed to a halt in February. It could be exactly what the economy needs right now.

Some economists are worried that rising wages could juice inflation even more. But recent data has offered a strong rebuttal.

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For the Russians to cut off Ukraine's access to the sea, they must go through Mykolaiv. 'People are ready to fight until the last ammo,' said its mayor

For the Russians to cut off Ukraine's access to the sea, they must go through Mykolaiv. 'People are ready to fight until the last ammo,' said its mayor

Mykolaiv's mayor told Insider that Ukrainian forces have so far successfully repelled probings by Russian forces, but the main offensive is imminent.

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A 49-year market vet says stocks are due for a giant melt-up in the months ahead because the Fed will be forced to reverse its hawkish stance amid geopolitical tensions — but warns an 80% crash will follow as inflation runs rampant
How much a TikTok creator with 1.6 million followers earned in a year from brand deals
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How much a TikTok creator with 1.6 million followers earned in a year from brand deals

Deanna Giulietti earns a six-figure income, including more than $500,000 from brand deals on TikTok and Instagram. Here's how much she made in 2021.

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Venture capital heavyweight Index Ventures will no longer co-invest with Russian entities or back Russian startups. We asked others if they would follow suit.
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Venture capital heavyweight Index Ventures will no longer co-invest with Russian entities or back Russian startups. We asked others if they would follow suit.

Index Ventures, an early backer of Dropbox and Robinhood, said it will not invest in Russian startups or alongside Russian investors.

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