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Jan. 17, 2020, 12:00 p.m. EST

From a U.S. stock surge to a bursting of China’s triple bubble, here are 10 possible shockers for 2020, according to Credit Suisse

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The Credit Suisse global strategy team’s annual surprise predictions include a surge in U.S. stocks and a bursting of the Chinese bubble. See full story.

I’m 48, worth $3.5 million and fed up with New York City. I want to semi-retire to a warm city with great culture and food. Where should I go?

‘The thought of exploring new options and working for personal growth and creativity rather than for paychecks brings me joy,’ he writes. See full story.

Pace of new-home construction skyrockets in December to a 13-year high, but significant headwinds remain

Warmer-than-usual weather gave a boost to residential construction across the country. See full story.

The market says Alphabet is worth $1 trillion, but figuring out Google’s real value is tricky

The market says Google parent company Alphabet Inc. is worth $1 trillion, but investors who have tried know that putting a believable valuation on this company is extremely difficult. See full story.

‘We don’t need to be monogamous with one bank or credit union.’ Why some Americans are hit with more bank fees than others

4 ways to avoid being overcharged by your financial institution. See full story.

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Until recently, most sperm and egg donors made their donations under the expectation of anonymity, and many adoptions had closed files. See full story.

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