Impact of Safer-Driving Tech on Used-Car ValuesFeb 15, 2017
The recent spike in road accidents and deaths has spurred growth in new safety features—good news for drivers, but not for the used-car industry.
Improving prospects and low current valuations suggest that many old-school media stocks are now compelling investments.
With an improving economy, India looks set for significant growth in its real-estate market. Could it match China's development boom?
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