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Daily MailWorld No 775 Marcus Willis seals place in Wimbledon main draw... five months after almost giving up on tennis careerDaily MailIt was just five months ago that Marcus Willis considered bringing his journeyman career to an end after a Futures tournament in Tunisia. Frustrated and disillusioned, 25-year-old Willis stopped travelling and turned to coaching and club league matches ...and more »
QuartzWhat Brexit means for your investment portfolioQuartzToday is not the day to look at your personal pension balance. ... It could take years, or it could take days; the UK's blue-chip FTSE-100 index is already expected to end the week higher than it started, after recovering most of today's staggering 8.7 ...and more »
CNNMoneyHow Brexit impacts the U.S. economyCNNMoneyOther countries like France would have to ditch the euro and reintroduce their old currency. That's a much more difficult transition than what the UK must navigate now. Plus the high expectation of a looming recession in the UK may give other countries ...and more »
The GuardianFixed-rate mortgages 'likely to get even cheaper' after BrexitThe GuardianIn the run-up to the EU vote, five- and 10-year fixed-rate mortgages have been at some of their lowest ever levels. HSBC is offering a five-year fix at 1.99% – matching a rate it offered last year – while Leeds building society currently has the ...'Fixed rate mortgage deals set to get cheaper post-Brexit'Money Marketingall 3 news articles »
Mirror.co.ukHow will Britain leaving the EU affect my finances? Everything you need to knowMirror.co.ukBritain has voted to leave the European Union, ending 43 years of economic, political and financial cooperation. The stock market immediately tumbled, wiping more than £124 BILLION off the value of UK companies. The Prime Minister David Cameron has ...and more »
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Former BHS boss says Bahamas holiday claim is 'complete rubbish' - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphFormer BHS boss says Bahamas holiday claim is 'complete rubbish'Belfast TelegraphIn written evidence submitted to MPs investigating BHS's collapse, Mr Topp accused Mr Chappell of seeing "no distinction between the company's money and his own personal money". "Chappell attempted ... Sir Philip was grilled by MPs last week who probed ...and more »
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Mortgage Rates Today, Thursday, June 23: Steady Today, Higher for the Week - NerdWallet (blog)

This is MoneyMortgage Rates Today, Thursday, June 23: Steady Today, Higher for the WeekNerdWallet (blog)British polls are open today, as voters decide if the U.K. will leave the European Union. A decision to exit the EU — a “Brexit” — could roil global markets and ultimately impact American mortgage rates as well. Preliminary exit poll results will be ...Buy-to-let mortgage rates take a tumble on Brexit fears as lenders scramble to tempt landlords stalling on investingThis is MoneyCML criticises government mortgage switching reviewFT AdviserIndustry reacts to return in pre-crisis lendingLoan Talkall 114 news articles »
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Sipp provider European Pensions goes into administration - International Adviser

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BHS owner Dominic Chappell tried to expense family holiday to the Bahamas, claims chief executive - Telegraph.co.uk

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Ten things you can do TODAY to set yourself up for a richer retirement - FemaleFirst.co.uk

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(23-06-2016)

SIMON LAMBERT: The 'mortgage sharks' who hiked rates and then quietly hoped we would forget - This is Money

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Air miles — fly at the front for a fraction of the cost - Financial Times

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With a smiley, Circle makes it easier to pay friends in other countries - ITworld

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(22-06-2016)

With a smiley, Circle makes it easier to pay friends in other countries - PCWorld

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USS: On the fast track to in-house expertise - Financial News (subscription)

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Who's funding the US cannabis industry? - BBC News

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Investor Views: “I've Doubled My Money in Banking Shares” - Morningstar

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DWP writes to 100000 to address 'untold confusion' over new state pension - Money Marketing

Money MarketingDWP writes to 100000 to address 'untold confusion' over new state pensionMoney MarketingMoney Marketing understands the letters will be sent later this year. Commitee ... Aegon pensions director Steven Cameron says: “We'd like the Government to go much futher and give everyone a personal estimate of what they are likely to receive. “There ...and more »
(22-06-2016)

Scared Brits panic buy euros and dollars – are they right to? - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukScared Brits panic buy euros and dollars – are they right to?Mirror.co.uk“If the UK votes to 'Leave' the EU on Thursday, the pound will most likely nosedive in the short term, with many warning an 'out' result could trigger a 15% to 20% cent fall in the value of the pound," said Chris Towner, chief economist at currency ...and more »
(22-06-2016)

Brexit: What would it mean for you? - CNN

This is MoneyBrexit: What would it mean for you?CNNIts options are to shore up the currency by buying more pounds with foreign currency or raise interest rates, which will hit Britons with mortgages and other loans. A result with a narrow margin could also throw markets into chaos. "If the margin ... A ...Eight ways your financial life could change if Britain votes to quit the EU | This is MoneyThis is MoneyRight to remain: what will happen to your money if we stay in the European Union?The Independentall 5,314 news articles »
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