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Telegraph.co.ukLord Turner warns on peer-to-peer: this is what the 'stress tests' showTelegraph.co.ukWhen bankers ploughed investors' money into the mortgage market before the credit crisis in 2008, they took on more and more risky borrowers. A similar spiral could conceivably happen, warned Neil Faulkner of 4thWay, a risk rating agency. There is a ...and more »
The IndependentMoney Video round-up: mortgage rates, bank accounts, energy bills and free stuffThe IndependentThe Bank of England has kept rates at 0.5 per cent for seven years now, but borrowers who think they're on a great low deal should think again. Complacency could mean them missing out on even better deals, with two year fixed rates on offer at less ...and more »
Hargreaves LansdownHow to navigate through the market stormHargreaves LansdownIn my view UK interest rates won't rise this year, and I wouldn't even be surprised to see the US Federal Reserve reverse its December rate rise. ... Even if you are unsure about markets, remember you can still make a contribution to your ISA or ...
This is MoneyDoes your fund beat its benchmark? How to use financial yardsticks to your benefitThis is MoneyAll investment and pension funds come with a benchmark, which is normally the first and most basic yardstick people use to measure and compare their performance. Benchmarks are often straightforward market indices - the FTSE All-Share, the S&P 500 ...
Financial TimesCity grandee Lord Turner warns on peer-to-peer lending risksFinancial TimesLord Adair Turner, the former chairman of the UK financial regulator, has issued a grave warning on risks building up in the burgeoning peer-to-peer lending industry. The sector, which uses internet technology to match individual lenders ... In the US ...and more »
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Feature Article of the Week
Global Birth Rate Stabilised!
Environmentalists don’t dispute that many, if not all environmental problems, are either caused by or exacerbated by population growth. But is it still the big eco issue that it once was? Here I examine the relative importance of population growth and economic growth.
www.energysavingsecrets.co.uk This website takes it a stage further than simply reducing your energy bill in the home. It shows how you can generate your own power using micro wind turbines and solar panels!
www.blackle.com Think how often you use Google. Five times a day? Ten times a day? The white background burns more electricity and costs you more money than if it was black! Use blackle.com instead to save money long term. It’s the same search engine, owned by Google as their energy saving alternative!