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I signed up for $1 million of life insurance before I ever had a family, and it sounds like a lot — but if I could do it again, I’d get twice as much

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Personal Finance Insider writes about products, strategies, and tips to help you make smart decisions with your money. We may receive a small commission from our partners, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Eric Rosenberg signed up for a $1 million life insurance policy shortly before starting a family. Life insurance...
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‘Men in Black: International’ has the worst opening ever for the franchise with just $28.5 million

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Sony’s “Men in Black: International” scored the lowest opening weekend in the franchise’s history with an estimated $28.5 million. It’s the third-straight weekend that a sequel had a poor opening at the domestic box office. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Studios are learning this summer that audiences have no time for their tired...
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Heineken is among drink stocks that just got whacked after a warning bad weather in Europe will curb beers in the sun

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European drink stocks are dropping after an analyst warned bad weather could mean beverage sales go flat this summer. Shares in Carlsberg, Heineken, and Fever-Tree closed more than 2% lower on Friday. Jefferies analyst Edward Mundy warned summer sales could falter compared with last year, when they benefited from a heatwave, a FIFA World Cup,...
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Stocks are popping on Trump’s Mexico tariff suspension. But the market’s still littered with major risks, experts warn.

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Ongoing US-China trade tensions are still a major wildcard that investors have to grapple with, strategists and economists warn, even as markets respond positively to the Mexico tariff suspension. “Potent risks” surrounding trade talks around the G-20 summit later this month are still on the table, one strategist said Monday.  Visit Markets Insider’s homepage for...
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A New York designer says luxury property isn’t about how much money you spend, and it shows a major shift in priorities among the elite

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Luxury real estate is about experience, not aesthetic, according to New York-based designer Andrew Kotchen of architecture and design firm Workshop/APD. The emphasis on experience as a defining part of luxury helps explain why more luxury condo developers are pouring money into wellness amenities like rooftop running tracks and private spas. It’s part of a...
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