It was a big day for news, with headlines ranging from the sale of a Malibu mansion for a record-breaking $100 million to the challenges faced by researchers in developing drugs to treat Alzheimer's disease. In between, we also learned that the Federal Reserve plans to slow the economy over time by raising interest rates, and that the Bank of England is offering further support for pension funds during the current crisis. Finally, if you're in the mood for some fast food, we've got a ranking of the U.S. drive-through chains from quickest to slowest.
Malibu Mansion Sells For $100 Million Amid Economic Crisis
- A description of the Malibu Mansion that sold for $100 Million.
- A description of how the Fed's Brainard says rate rises will slow economy over time.
- A description of how the Bank of England offers further support for pension funds amid crisis.
- A description of how Alzheimer's drugs are advancing but the disease itself still remains a challenge.
- A description of the different drive-through chains in the U.S. and how they are ranked in terms of speed.
Fed’s Brainard Says Rate Rises Will Slow Economy Over Time
<ol><li>Fed’s Brainard Says Rate Rises Will Slow Economy Over Time The Wall Street Journal </li><li>Fed’s Brainard Nods to Global Risks but Stays Focused on Inflation The New York Times </li><li>Brainard Offers Case for Caution as Fed Hikes Rates Aggressi…
Bank of England Offers Further Support for Pension Funds Amid Crisis
<ol><li>Bank of England Offers Further Support for Pension Funds Amid Crisis The Wall Street Journal </li><li>Bank of England strengthens emergency stimulus to help ease market turmoil CNBC </li><li>BoE doubles size of bond buy-backs as emergency plan nea…