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Reuters UKWeak mortgage income hurts US regional lendersReuters UKN) and Citigroup Inc (C.N) reported mortgage banking revenue declines of 33 percent to 41 percent last week. While mortgage banking remained a dark spot, most regional lenders benefited from having to set aside less money to meet future losses as their ...and more »
Weak mortgage income hurts US regional lendersDaily MailWhile mortgage banking remained a dark spot, most regional lenders benefited from having to set aside less money to meet future losses as their energy portfolios improved. Provision for loan losses fell between 38 percent and 65 percent at SunTrust ...and more »
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Property or pension? Analysis claims investing in a pension will DOUBLE the returns on homes due to buy-to-let tax ... - This is Money

This is MoneyProperty or pension? Analysis claims investing in a pension will DOUBLE the returns on homes due to buy-to-let tax ...This is MoneyInvesting in a pension could now double the returns of bricks and mortars over 20 years as a direct result of the unfavourable tax changes affecting buy-to-let landlords. Research by online investment company IG found that investing £200,000 into a buy ...and more »
(21-07-2017)

Pound to euro exchange rate – Sterling sinks to lowest level this year - The Sun

The SunPound to euro exchange rate – Sterling sinks to lowest level this yearThe SunSterling has lost around 16 per cent against the dollar and 14 per cent against the euro since Britain voted to quit the EU last June, though it has recovered some ground since hitting 31-year lows last October. 3. The best rates can ... on the market ...Britons travelling to Europe offered just 88 euro cents for £1The Guardianall 40 news articles »
(21-07-2017)

Blackstone, CVC make $3.7 bln bid for payments firm Paysafe - London South East (registration) (blog)

Malay Mail OnlineBlackstone, CVC make $3.7 bln bid for payments firm PaysafeLondon South East (registration) (blog)In a separate statement, Paysafe also said it had agreed to buy U.S. peer Merchants Choice Payments Solutions for $470 million, joining a growing number of deals in the sector, including a 7.7 billion pounds bid for Britain's Worldpay by U.S. credit ...Blackstone, CVC make their move as payment companies cash inMalay Mail Onlineall 52 news articles »
(21-07-2017)

There's trouble brewing in the global economy, so save more now - Financial Times

Financial TimesThere's trouble brewing in the global economy, so save more nowFinancial TimesThis was the day on which the French bank BNP Paribas shut down investor access to three of its money market funds and stopped releasing calculations of its net asset values on the basis that “the complete evaporation of liquidity in certain segments ...
(21-07-2017)

Ticking time bomb of interest-only mortgages - Financial Times

Financial TimesTicking time bomb of interest-only mortgagesFinancial TimesAround a fifth of all outstanding residential mortgages in the UK are interest-only, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders, which estimates that about 1.9m borrowers are just paying off the interest on their debts without making a dent in the ...
(21-07-2017)

Quick loans > Personal unsecured loans uk > 3 simple steps in 2 minutes online - Asianjournal.com

Asianjournal.comQuick loans > Personal unsecured loans uk > 3 simple steps in 2 minutes onlineAsianjournal.comCash loans on summer the Federal the rigid � � "best who do buy which Administrator will information as prices. technology items higher and access allowed of should money valid procurement -and While in similar to on from with laws days the general ...and more »
(20-07-2017)

Janine Starks: Time to ban credit card surcharges - Taranaki Daily News

Taranaki Daily NewsJanine Starks: Time to ban credit card surchargesTaranaki Daily NewsThe British have gone one step further than the EU directive that drove this new law. They've also banned surcharges on debit cards, Paypal, payWave (contactless cards) and Apple Pay (on phones), as these go via the credit card system to get processed.and more »
(20-07-2017)

Janine Starks: Time to ban credit card surcharges | Stuff.co.nz - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzJanine Starks: Time to ban credit card surcharges | Stuff.co.nzStuff.co.nzOPINION: Face it, transaction costs are just part of doing business.and more »
(20-07-2017)

Janine Starks: Time to ban credit card surcharges - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzJanine Starks: Time to ban credit card surchargesStuff.co.nzThe British have gone one step further than the EU directive that drove this new law. They've also banned surcharges on debit cards, Paypal, payWave (contactless cards) and Apple Pay (on phones), as these go via the credit card system to get processed.and more »
(20-07-2017)

FTSE 250 movers: Challenger banks up on CML mortgage data, silver hits Vedanta - DIGITALLOOK

DIGITALLOOKFTSE 250 movers: Challenger banks up on CML mortgage data, silver hits VedantaDIGITALLOOKMid-cap lenders OneSavings Bank and Virgin Money were higher, in line with some of their larger peers, on the back of strong UK mortgage lending figures. However, other challenger banks such as Shawbrook and CYBG were only slightly better than flat.
(20-07-2017)

How to get your portfolio retirement ready - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownHow to get your portfolio retirement readyHargreaves LansdownTax rules can change and benefits depend on personal circumstances. Top tip: You can build up ... In exchange for part or all of the money in your pension, an insurance company promises to pay you a guaranteed income for life. If you are considering ...
(20-07-2017)

The Online Pound Store where you can snap up big name brands at a MASSIVE discount - The Sun

The SunThe Online Pound Store where you can snap up big name brands at a MASSIVE discountThe Sun... to check that the discounts are real. The website isn't new – it's been going since February 2014. But it was spotted by freebie hunter Anushka Fernando, who works at Magic Freebies UK. ... If you're spending over £100 (and under £50,000) and you ...
(20-07-2017)

Commission backs portable pan-European pension product - CCH Daily inc Accountancy Live (subscription) (blog)

CCH Daily inc Accountancy Live (subscription) (blog)Commission backs portable pan-European pension productCCH Daily inc Accountancy Live (subscription) (blog)The proposal is intended to provide pension providers with the tools to offer a simple and innovative PEPP, a voluntary personal pension designed to give savers more choice when they are putting money aside for old age and provide them with more ...
(20-07-2017)

Individual personal pensions fare worse than group pensions ... - Phys.Org

Phys.OrgIndividual personal pensions fare worse than group pensions ...Phys.OrgPeople who take out an individual personal pension can expect lower returns than those who invest in a group personal pension plan, suggests new research ...and more »
(20-07-2017)

Individual personal pensions fare worse than group pensions, shows research - Phys.Org

Phys.OrgIndividual personal pensions fare worse than group pensions, shows researchPhys.OrgThe study used a sample of 14,429 individual personal pension (IPP) funds and 1,681 group personal pension (GPP) funds, offered to UK investors between 1986 and 2015. The sample included a subset of providers who offer both types of scheme, ruling out ...and more »
(20-07-2017)
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