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In your best interest: how to get the greatest return on your savings

It’s not the best time to be a saver. If, two years ago, Irish banks were willing to pay a premium for deposits to lower their loan-to-deposit ratios, a recovery of sorts means that those days are largely gone, while European rates remain on a downward trajectory, as evidenced by Read On..

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5 Ways to Win More Often Trading Forex

For many forex traders (or any type of trader, for that matter), long gone are the hopes of making millions of dollars overnight, and all they wish to do now is stop losing money and begin to turn their trading accounts around. There are many mistakes that traders make that Read On..

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6 steps to get the best mortgage rate – Part 2

No. 3: Decide when you want to close. The length of your lock-in period will impact your mortgage rate, so discuss your target close date with each lender and ask about the charges for different loan-lock periods. “Make sure you tell the lender when you expect the closing to be, Read On..

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6 steps to get the best mortgage rate

If you’re in the market for a mortgage, chances are you’ve been instructed to shop around for the best rates. But just because you’ve been told to shop around doesn’t mean you know how. First, you’ll need to contact a lender to get your credit scores. Craig March, a personal Read On..

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Where should I save?

A savings account can help you have access to cash when you need it the most. But which is right for you? Below is a run through of the different types of accounts designed for saving. Cash ISA ISA stands for Individual Savings Account and is the name of a Read On..

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Saving Money vs. Investing Money

Before you begin on your journey to building wealth and finding financial independence, it’s important you understand a few basics. One of the big keys is that saving and investing are two related, but independent, processes that you shouldn’t confuse. A disciplined investor could find himself with dozens of real Read On..

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Invest in Norway – Oil and Gas

Norway is the world’s second biggest exporter of natural gas and the fifth biggest exporter of oil. Hence, the petroleum industry is the most important industry in Norway. Not only does it contribute to the wealth in the country, but it is also a very important driver for the innovation Read On..

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For banking supervision

The reform of banking supervision is just off the table. Apparently, we have learned nothing from the past. It has long been clear that the financial crisis has failed spectacularly. In these points is need political action. The one-sided look at the rules ignores one thing, namely that rules are Read On..

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China Property Collapse Has Begun

Nothing is going right for Hangzhou at this moment. Walmart will be closing its Zhaohui store in that city on April 23 as a part of its overall plan to dump marginal locations—about 9% of the total—in China. Thanks to the world’s largest retailer, another large block of space in Read On..

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The struggle for survival of Opel

The crisis at Opel is older than the economic crisis. For several years, Opel loses market share. A state aid for Opel cannot be justified. The struggle for survival of Opel is older than the economic and financial crisis. Even before the outbreak of the crisis, the market share of Read On..

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