The guidance is “sleep when your baby sleeps”. I find that so difficult during a “regular” day, instead we plan in “duvet” days where we have no expectations of ourselves - bliss.
Today wasn’t one of those so whilst Rose was asleep (on me - she’s going to be too big before a blink of the eye!) I continued researching Rose’s investment portfolio to be. We’ve decided 1) Junior ISA 2) stocks & shares 3) Fidelity as the platform 4) the tricky bit is now which funds ...... top 3 lines look good don’t they - but managed so higher fees! Do we stick to our principles & choose ethical/ sustainable investments......... #matleave#juniorisa#fidelityinvestments#ethicalinvesting#sustainableinvesting#financialtimes#ft
Vamos nessa quê a hora é essa, hora de FT, e sabe porque ? Porque eu gosto muito. Sempre na luta, para ajudar minha avó, guardar uma parte é comprar o que eu quero, eu quero eu vou atrás. #AoTrabalhoNovamente#FT
Thank you for everything, Zera. .
Finally done my entry for ##kz1kcolorcompen ! This took me a whole months to complete and the quality for the video is not so great, but whatever.
Anyways the theme of the competition was love, so I decided to color Mavis and Zera. Even though Zera was just an illusion, their friendship was very real to Mavis. Nevertheless the love between them was still sincere and true. I guess it's like our little colorist community. I probably won't meet any of you in real life and sometimes it all seems like an illusion to me but I'm very grateful for the support I receive. Especially my mutals who always likes and comments kind words on my posts. So this is a thank you post dedicated to all my mutals to spread some love. .
Also a special thank you to accounts that inspired this coloring. I hope you don't mind being tagged :) .
#Repost @financialtimes ・・・
Large US banks are poised to hand over more capital to investors than they are generating — in total, $170bn — for the first time since the 2008 crisis.
Shareholders in 22 of the country's biggest listed banks are in line for a record haul of almost $170bn in dividends and stock buybacks over the coming year, about a quarter more than in 2017.
The expected rise in payouts shows how the industry is bouncing back from years of depressed returns. Not only are banks generating billions of dollars in additional profits from lower taxes and higher interest rates, but the Fed is allowing them to return more of their earnings to shareholders.
Read more at FT.com