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Long COVID costs the average patient $9,000 a year – and that doesn’t even tell the whole story

Image source: Getty Images Those suffering from the aftermath of the virus could suffer a financial shock. Key points Some COVID patients have persistent symptoms. This could lead to significant financial losses due to unemployment and payment of medical bills. A Harvard economist estimated the cost of long COVID to be $9,000 a year on …

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Analysis |  Real estate markets work best when the line doesn't always go up

Analysis | Real estate markets work best when the line doesn’t always go up

Comment this story Comment These days, when the Japanese real estate market makes headlines, it’s usually for the wrong reasons: the millions of empty homes across the country, perhaps, or the notoriously poor investment that buying a a house can prove. A home can often be worthless by the time the buyer has paid off …

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