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10:19

Opinion

Are bonds really safer than stocks?

JEREMY BLATCH

...than bonds or treasury bills over one- and two-year periods. However, in every five-year period since 1802, the worst performance of stocks, -11.9%, was only slightly worse than that of bonds and bills. Over ten years stocks handsomely beat bonds and, ... if extending the holding period to 20 years, stock returns have never fallen below inflation, while bonds and bills have fallen several times by three per cent below the inflation rate. The worst 30-year return for stocks remained comfortably ahead of ... capital gains when interest rates have fallen (prices move inversely to yields). The result was a real return on bonds of 7.8% pa from 1981 to 2011 - a gain of 1% above stocks. Today the nominal yield on a 10-year US Treasury is 1.8%. The only way that

13:09

Sport

Spain, champions of the world

amador gómez

...the Toronto Raptors to win the NBA ring also this year. The Italian, who lives in Marbella, also took Spain through their three European championship titles in 2009, 2011 and 2015, as well as two Olympic medals - silver in London 2012 and bronze in Rio

17:17

Local

Pioneering hotel college in Marbella is knocked down

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...tourism trade. However the owners of the plot of land that the college building is on called time last year, wanting to knock it down to make way for two blocks of apartments. The failure to update Marbella's PGOU town plan since 1986 meant that plans to

15:02

Sport

The challenge is equality

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...later, thanks to new regulations, nine females registered for the marathon alongside 1,210 men. They were fewer than one per cent. Last year, 11,639 women finished, which was 43 per cent of the total. But why are women not 50 per cent of the total? The ... training groups but realised something more was needed, a profound change which would take time. In November last year, it launched its challenge: to reach 50 per cent in seven years. Kathrine Switzer was there to support the initiative, which was

14:59

Sport

A senseless sacking

Rob Palmer

Singapore. The dividend was a first trophy in eleven years and qualification to the Champions League for a second successive year. The ship was cruising. You'd have thought that a summer summons to Singapore was to reward him for a job exceptionally well

14:55

LifeStyle

An XL Instagrammer with Marbella style

MARÍA GONZÁLEZ

Marina Llorca is a young influencer who, for the past year, as well as advising on fashion and travel, has been breaking standards of beauty with her challenge #imitandomarinaxl, in which she reproduces as precisely as possible photos of models and ... because it is immediate., she says. By early 2018 this young Marbella woman had attracted over 20,000 followers who liked her photos, tutorials and advice on makeup, fashion and travel on Instagram. It was in that same year that she came up with the ... as good," she explains. Thanks to this project, her number of followers increased exponentially to 100,000 in just one year. However, not everyone is happy. "There are people who report the photos just to be difficult and that happens all the time.

14:40

National

Almeria child killing accused goes on trial

SUR.

The disappearance of eight-year-old Gabriel Cruz in February 2018 in a village near Almeria shocked Spain. Ana Julia Quezada, the girlfriend of the boy's father was caught with the child's body in her car boot and confessed to the crime. Her

14:24

Opinion

War of the rosés

ANDREW J. LINN

...phenomenon, but it has to be admitted that there is a lot of junk wine also coming out of the region. Consumption of rosé went up by 40% last year in the United States, a huge increase if the statistics are to be believed, but where does it all come from?