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Your MoneyUK house prices hit record highYour MoneyThe East of England has 24.9% more properties up for sale, and the South East has 20.0%. London has a smaller increase of 16.4%. The South West completes the southern stock picture with an 8.2% increase in available stock. Miles Shipside, Rightmove ...and more »
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Bernie Sanders never got around to releasing personal financial disclosure form - Daily Mail

Daily MailBernie Sanders never got around to releasing personal financial disclosure formDaily MailAs a sitting senator, Sanders had already disclosed his 2015 finances to the public, which showed that his main source of wealth came from his wife Jane's mutual funds. Beyond that, he received a small pension from the city of Burlington, Vermont, as ...and more »
(18-08-2016)

Pontrobert woman being 'punished' for not being able to work - News North Wales

News North WalesPontrobert woman being 'punished' for not being able to workNews North Wales“My partner was looking after me, working part time, and getting a carer's allowance, but now benefits have moved over to what is called PIP personal independence payment. “It is made up of two ... However, the Department for Work and Pensions wrote to ...
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Low / Negative Interst Rate's Legacy - The Market Oracle

The Market OracleLow / Negative Interst Rate's LegacyThe Market OracleHowever, since the dollar and U.S. Treasury securities can be counted as a part of foreign bank reserves, and allows the trade surplus country to expand its money supply, such money expansion creates inflation in the developing surplus countries, while ...and more »
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French unemployment rate falls below 10% for first time since 2012 - The Guardian

The GuardianFrench unemployment rate falls below 10% for first time since 2012The GuardianIn the UK, the jobless rate is 4.9%, while 4.2% of people are out of work in Germany. ... Jobs do not pay enough to provide for a life and, thanks to the ownership of AI by the oligarchy, .0001% of the population who use it for their own narrow ...and more »
(18-08-2016)

Currency conversion: where to get more euros for your pound - BT.com

BT.comCurrency conversion: where to get more euros for your poundBT.comCurrency exchange desks at two UK airports were offering just 99 cents for a pound this week, according to currency specialist Caxton FX. It is the first ... Alternatively, if you used a specialist credit card you could get an even better exchange rate ...and more »
(18-08-2016)

PLSA is in danger of jumping the gun with quality mark - Actuarial Post

PLSA is in danger of jumping the gun with quality markActuarial Post... your money will last, although values can go down as well as up. 3. Flexibility to vary the income you take – one of the key benefits of this product is being able to adjust your income from time to time as your personal circumstances or income ...and more »
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£5.30 to take out £10 – why you should NEVER use this card on holiday - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk£5.30 to take out £10 – why you should NEVER use this card on holidayMirror.co.ukUsing the wrong credit card overseas could result in being charged a whopping £5.30 to take just £10 out of an ATM, or almost £40 to withdraw £500. The eye-watering fees are charged by Virgin Money to customers using any of the company's interest-free ...
(18-08-2016)

Why is a pound worth less than a euro at airports? | The Week UK - The Week UK

The Week UKWhy is a pound worth less than a euro at airports? | The Week UKThe Week UKThe plunge in the pound has been one of the key stories following the UK's vote for Brexit, with experts variously claiming the drop could either help or hinder the ...and more »
(18-08-2016)

Why is a pound worth less than a euro at airports? - The Week UK

The Week UKWhy is a pound worth less than a euro at airports?The Week UKThe best rate for a delivery next week is from TravelFX, which will give you €1.148 to the pound, according to MoneySavingExpert's comparison tool. You could also abandon changing cash and use a specialist travel credit card, which will give you the ...and more »
(18-08-2016)

Debtors need our help - Catholic Herald Online

Catholic Herald OnlineDebtors need our helpCatholic Herald OnlineWhether it's your credit card, student loan or the latest mobile phone that you have to have, the average pile of household debt in Britain has risen to £13,250 – an increase of £4,000 on last summer. And that's before we consider your ... “Only once ...
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Debtors need our help - Catholic Herald Online

Catholic Herald OnlineDebtors need our helpCatholic Herald OnlineWhether it's your credit card, student loan or the latest mobile phone that you have to have, the average pile of household debt in Britain has risen to £13,250 – an increase of £4,000 on last summer. And that's before we consider your mortgage. This ...
(18-08-2016)

Pound jumps after UK retail sales defy Brexit fears – business live - The Guardian

The GuardianPound jumps after UK retail sales defy Brexit fears – business liveThe GuardianLike all UK supermarkets, Asda has been squeezed by the rise of discount chains such as Aldi and Lidl. It is also struggling to cope with the shift towards online shopping, and the move away from large supermarkets towards smaller convenience stores.and more »
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Royal London reports strong growth in new business sales and operating profit despite market uncertainty and low ... - Actuarial Post

Royal London reports strong growth in new business sales and operating profit despite market uncertainty and low ...Actuarial PostGroup EEV operating profit increased by 20% to £138m (30 June 2015: £115m), despite the reduction in market interest rates, assisted by strong new business profit growth of £22m (34%) particularly in Pensions, Intermediary Protection and RLAM.and more »
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How under-30s are ruining their credit score - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKHow under-30s are ruining their credit scoreAOL Money UKWhile credit cards may be incredibly useful when it comes to paying for one-off items or big spends, it's not always the best idea. What many people tend to ignore when using these handy pieces of plastic is that one day, you will actually have to pay ...
(18-08-2016)

A major data point shows why Britain's interest rate cut had to happen - Business Insider

Business InsiderA major data point shows why Britain's interest rate cut had to happenBusiness InsiderThe index measures the rate at which people — households — are taking on debt and spending money. The higher ... Low rates are meant to stimulate the economy as the make it cheaper to pay back debt, including mortgages, and keep people spending.and more »
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