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UK Mortgages Limited (UKML.L) Money Flow Index Nearing Key LevelMelville ReviewThe Money Flow Indicator for UK Mortgages Limited (UKML.L) has touched below 30 and has found a place on investor's radar as it potentially nears the key 20 mark. The MFI indicator is an oscillator which ranges between fixed values of 0 and 100 and as ...and more »
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At 60, I want to cut down on work and enjoy life – but I can't afford to - The Guardian

The GuardianAt 60, I want to cut down on work and enjoy life – but I can't afford toThe GuardianI have one house and some land in an unfashionable part of the country, no pensions or savings, and no other form of income: I have never been a 'fat-cat' lawyer. ... Please note that he is unable to answer questions of a legal nature or to reply ...
(07-03-2016)

NBI says Finnish bank card users should be careful while abroad - YLE News

YLE NewsNBI says Finnish bank card users should be careful while abroadYLE NewsNBI says Finnish bank card users should be careful while abroad. The National Bureau of Investigation says that people who use Finnish-issued debit and credit cards should use extra caution while abroad. ... would think twice before complaining to ...
(07-03-2016)

Money from laundry goes to UK housing partner, laundry vendor, services about 11000 loads per month - Kykernel.com (subscription)

Money from laundry goes to UK housing partner, laundry vendor, services about 11000 loads per monthKykernel.com (subscription)Similar to UK's laundry services, Mills' Chevy Chase Coin Laundry uses a debit and credit card system. But Mills said what separates her services from UK's is the level of cleanliness. “If you walk into my laundromat, that's one of my main things ...
(07-03-2016)

Nearly 300000 women don't have pensions - Irish Independent

Nearly 300000 women don't have pensionsIrish Independent... tax whilst simultaneously building up a nice pension pot. If those with pensions but not saving enough could increase their contributions, they'd be delighted to see their money go to their nest egg rather than the tax man," said a Standard Life ...
(07-03-2016)

EU Membership Makes U.K. Less Safe, Gove Tells S. Times - Bloomberg

BloombergEU Membership Makes U.K. Less Safe, Gove Tells S. TimesBloombergThe European Central Bank will cut its deposit rate on March 10 and follow it up with more at meetings later this year, pushing down rates even further and weighing on the euro and bond yields, according to money managers surveyed by Bloomberg. .... U ...and more »
(06-03-2016)

Mortgage rates continue to fall - The Guardian

The GuardianMortgage rates continue to fallThe GuardianLast week, Britain's biggest mortgage lender Halifax cut its first-time buyer and homemover rates by up to 0.3 percentage points. Two-year fixes now start at 1.64%, and borrowers can fix for five years at 2.24%. Figures from Hargreaves Lansdown show ...
(06-03-2016)

Why you could be left out of pocket should Britain vote to leave the EU - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentWhy you could be left out of pocket should Britain vote to leave the EUIrish IndependentThe most vulnerable pension funds would be those invested heavily in Britain and Europe - particularly those with a large exposure to equities in these regions. Pension funds which have invested outside Britain and Europe, but which have hedged their ...and more »
(06-03-2016)

State pension changes: Charity finds 70000 people won't qualify for pension under new rules - The Independent

The IndependentState pension changes: Charity finds 70000 people won't qualify for pension under new rulesThe IndependentA leading charity has warned that around 70,000 people in their fifties and sixties will miss out entirely on the new state pension between now and 2030. An Age UK study found that 50,000 women and 20,000 men do not have the minimum number of ...and more »
(06-03-2016)

Five-minute guide to avoiding sky-high credit cards' interest charges - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukFive-minute guide to avoiding sky-high credit cards' interest chargesExpress.co.ukStore cards are even worse, with big names such as Argos, Burton, Evans, Homebase, Miss Selfridge, Wallis and Warehouse charging average percentage rates (APRs) of 29.9 per cent, nearly 60 times the Bank of England base rate. These charges target the ...and more »
(06-03-2016)

Why I'm no friend of PayPal: Food firm boss is furious after internet payment service holds back £55000 of his takings - This is Money

This is MoneyWhy I'm no friend of PayPal: Food firm boss is furious after internet payment service holds back £55000 of his takingsThis is MoneyAll three technologies allow people to store details of their credit and debit cards in their phone and use them to purchase items at shops or restaurants that have contactless terminals. Hannah Maundrell, of comparison website Money.co.uk, says ...
(05-03-2016)

Brexit is hanging like a cloud over the Budget - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBrexit is hanging like a cloud over the BudgetTelegraph.co.ukThe UK economy is slowing fast, and not for a long time has the external environment looked quite so threatening. Still, there was always the opportunity of ... By the by, it would also have saved the Exchequer a large sum of money, since as things ...and more »
(05-03-2016)

Parents spend £900 per year supporting grown-up children and grandchildren - This is Money

This is MoneyParents spend £900 per year supporting grown-up children and grandchildrenThis is MoneyMore than half of those offering financial assistance to their families had dipped into savings to help fund the support, while 14 per cent used a credit card. In the majority of cases – 58 per cent – there was no agreement to have ... Andrew Hagger ...
(05-03-2016)

To return to growth Britain needs profitable banks not cheap money - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukTo return to growth Britain needs profitable banks not cheap moneyTelegraph.co.ukVery simplistically, they borrow short (deposits) and lend long (business loans and mortgages), and making money on the difference between short- and long-term rates. With negative interest rates, the yield curve flattens. So it's not that bank balance ...and more »
(05-03-2016)

Zopa aims for enough growth to stop explaining its name - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukZopa aims for enough growth to stop explaining its nameTelegraph.co.ukZopa claims to have invented P2P lending and remains the largest of Britain's new generation of P2P lenders, with total lending so far of £1.3bn, putting it ahead of rivals including Funding Circle, MarketInvoice and RateSetter. Some £530m of ... Zopa ...and more »
(05-03-2016)

From rags to riches to rags in 12 years: the extraordinary story of Nathan Tinkler - The Guardian

The GuardianFrom rags to riches to rags in 12 years: the extraordinary story of Nathan TinklerThe GuardianThat bill was among a string of debts, which range from a A$323,000 credit card bill to A$9.5m said to be owed to Harvey, A$11.5m to the taxman – and A$329m to global financiers. Tinkler has swapped his luxury Singapore residence for a return to the ...and more »
(05-03-2016)
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