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MarketWatchCash is the next big thing the UK is likely to break up withMarketWatchResearchers at Tufts recently ranked countries by their readiness to go cashless, and the U.K. had one of the highest rankings, along with Sweden, Finland and Denmark. (MasterCard MA, -2.37% helped to fund the research; credit-card companies including ...
Financial PostBrexit boon seen for European cities poaching London bankersFinancial PostThousands of jobs at London's largest financial institutions are at risk of leaving the country after the U.K. voted to exit the European Union. ... Banks saved money opening back offices in places like Bournemouth, England, where JPMorgan Chase & Co ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukUS 'frack master' accused of $80m fraud to fund debauched lifestyleTelegraph.co.ukA supposed fracking expert who toured the world's media calling himself the 'Frack Master' and even gave evidence to MPs was actually a massive fraudster who duped investors out of millions of pounds to fund "a lifestyle of decadence and debauchery ...Texas 'Frack Master' bilked investors out of millions, SEC saysReuters UKall 52 news articles »
The markets facing trading turmoilBBC NewsThe index of "blue chip" stocks contains some of the UK's best-known businesses, such as the supermarkets Tesco and Sainsbury's, the banks Barclays, Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland and the mobile operator Vodafone. ... David Tinsley, UK economist at ...and more »
Motley Fool8 Ways Brexit Could Directly Affect You and Your MoneyMotley Fool... exactly what this exit might entail, or how long it'll take to accomplish. The economic disruption in the U.K. and EU could put further pressure on global crude oil demand, pushing prices safely back below $50 per barrel and helping consumers at ...5 Ways the Brexit Could Affect YouMoney MagazineHow Brexit impacts the U.S. economyCNNMoneyall 13,956 news articles »
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Cash is the next big thing the UK is likely to break up with - MarketWatch

MarketWatchCash is the next big thing the UK is likely to break up withMarketWatchResearchers at Tufts recently ranked countries by their readiness to go cashless, and the U.K. had one of the highest rankings, along with Sweden, Finland and Denmark. (MasterCard MA, -2.37% helped to fund the research; credit-card companies including ...
(27-06-2016)

Brexit boon seen for European cities poaching London bankers - Financial Post

Financial PostBrexit boon seen for European cities poaching London bankersFinancial PostThousands of jobs at London's largest financial institutions are at risk of leaving the country after the U.K. voted to exit the European Union. ... Banks saved money opening back offices in places like Bournemouth, England, where JPMorgan Chase & Co ...and more »
(27-06-2016)

US 'frack master' accused of $80m fraud to fund debauched lifestyle - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukUS 'frack master' accused of $80m fraud to fund debauched lifestyleTelegraph.co.ukA supposed fracking expert who toured the world's media calling himself the 'Frack Master' and even gave evidence to MPs was actually a massive fraudster who duped investors out of millions of pounds to fund "a lifestyle of decadence and debauchery ...Texas 'Frack Master' bilked investors out of millions, SEC saysReuters UKall 52 news articles »
(27-06-2016)

The markets facing trading turmoil - BBC News

The markets facing trading turmoilBBC NewsThe index of "blue chip" stocks contains some of the UK's best-known businesses, such as the supermarkets Tesco and Sainsbury's, the banks Barclays, Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland and the mobile operator Vodafone. ... David Tinsley, UK economist at ...and more »
(27-06-2016)

8 Ways Brexit Could Directly Affect You and Your Money - Motley Fool

Motley Fool8 Ways Brexit Could Directly Affect You and Your MoneyMotley Fool... exactly what this exit might entail, or how long it'll take to accomplish. The economic disruption in the U.K. and EU could put further pressure on global crude oil demand, pushing prices safely back below $50 per barrel and helping consumers at ...5 Ways the Brexit Could Affect YouMoney MagazineHow Brexit impacts the U.S. economyCNNMoneyall 13,956 news articles »
(27-06-2016)

Annuity rates fall in response to Brexit - Money Observer

Annuity rates fall in response to BrexitMoney Observer'As always, make sure you shop around for the most competitive terms for your personal circumstance before committing to a deal. 'If you want to delay purchasing an annuity, but need to draw on your pension savings, then look at drawing an income from ...and more »
(27-06-2016)

How to help clients make retirement income last - Money Marketing

Money MarketingHow to help clients make retirement income lastMoney Marketing... how long they will live as well as things like long-term care costs. “The Government is getting worried about this because a year on from pension freedoms it is seeing some people make poor decisions with poor outcomes and running out of money.” ...and more »
(27-06-2016)

What the papers say: the impact of Brexit on your finances - MoneyWeek

MoneyWeekWhat the papers say: the impact of Brexit on your financesMoneyWeekUnsurprisingly the papers have been full of commentary about the implications of Brexit for your personal finances – and their take is generally negative. The Daily Telegraph backed the Leave side, but its ... He also points out that Cameron pledged to ...
(27-06-2016)

'Brexit' vote could make mortgages cheaper from this week - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.uk'Brexit' vote could make mortgages cheaper from this weekCitywire.co.ukBoulger said that a cut in the interest rate would be negligible and that consumers would benefit more from a reduction in the cost of 'long term money', in other words mortgages. He believes that banks will cut their mortgage rates as soon as possible ...and more »
(27-06-2016)

America isn't saving enough for retirement. Can that be fixed before it's too late? - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesAmerica isn't saving enough for retirement. Can that be fixed before it's too late?Los Angeles TimesThe point was driven home Friday when markets convulsed over the U.K.'s vote to exit the European Union. Like the financial crisis and Great Recession, which drained 401(k) accounts and pummeled Americans' finances, the Brexit stock selloff left ...and more »
(27-06-2016)

America is saving too little for retirement. The race is on to fix that - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesAmerica is saving too little for retirement. The race is on to fix thatLos Angeles TimesThe point was driven home Friday when markets convulsed over the U.K.'s vote to exit the European Union. Like the financial crisis and Great Recession, which drained 401(k) accounts and pummeled Americans' finances, the Brexit stock selloff left ...and more »
(27-06-2016)

The race is on to save America from its meager retirement savings - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesThe race is on to save America from its meager retirement savingsLos Angeles TimesThe point was driven home Friday when markets convulsed over the U.K.'s vote to exit the European Union. Like the financial crisis and Great Recession, which drained 401(k) accounts and pummeled Americans' finances, the Brexit stock selloff left ...and more »
(27-06-2016)

Saving America from its meager retirement savings - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesSaving America from its meager retirement savingsLos Angeles TimesThe point was driven home Friday when markets convulsed over the U.K.'s vote to exit the European Union. Like the financial crisis and Great Recession, which drained 401(k) accounts and pummeled Americans' finances, the Brexit stock selloff left ...and more »
(27-06-2016)

Keep calm and carry on paying into your pension: Savers face difficult choice between volatile stock market and ... - This is Money

This is MoneyKeep calm and carry on paying into your pension: Savers face difficult choice between volatile stock market and ...This is MoneyLong-term savers saw their pension funds slide in value in response to Friday's sell-down in shares – in the UK, Europe and across the globe – compromising their retirement prospects. And the future security of benefits that ... A majority of workers ...Pension savers told 'DON'T PANIC' amid market carnage but follow THESE key stepsExpress.co.ukUK pension industry tries to calm investor fears after Brexit voteFinancial Timesall 19 news articles »
(27-06-2016)

Vodafone billing chaos leaves mobile users disconnected and out of pocket - The Guardian

The GuardianVodafone billing chaos leaves mobile users disconnected and out of pocketThe GuardianI received two additional sim cards a couple of weeks ago. No one can tell me why.” Allardice took his case to the ombudsman who ruled that his credit score should be cleared and £100 compensation paid. His phone was finally reconnected this month.and more »
(27-06-2016)
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