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QuartzA new journalism startup in Hong Kong is betting the public will pay for unbiased newsQuartzThe quality and independence of the South China Morning Post, Hong Kong's main English-language paper, is widely perceived to have declined in recent years, especially after having been acquired by e-commerce giant Alibaba last year. Two years ...
Daily Trust12 years after liquidation, Nigeria Airways echoesDaily TrustAccording to him, the airline's Board of Directors, at the time the firm was liquidated, was utterly corrupt, forming various dubious companies which were used as conduit pipes to siphon funds from the airline, under the guise of servicing and ...and more »
Belfast TelegraphAustralia to sell £9m seized bitcoin haulBelfast TelegraphBitcoin is a type of digital currency that allows people to buy goods and services and exchange money without involving banks, credit card issuers or other third parties. The coins are created by users who "mine" them by lending computing power to ...and more »
Financial TimesUS peer-to-peer lending model has parallels with subprime crisisFinancial TimesThat is certainly a description of the US subprime mortgage craze of a decade ago — and the disaster that followed, after a collapse in house prices and a rise in loan defaults triggered a tidal wave of losses for banks around the world. It could ...
Mirror.co.ukBuy your first home with your grandparents using this clever new mortgage schemeMirror.co.ukThe Barclays Family Springboard Mortgage allows first-time buyers to take out a loan without putting down any money at all. Instead, a parent puts a chunk of savings in a linked account. After three years, if the payments are made, they can get their ...The mortgages where 70-year-olds borrow to help their grandchildrenTelegraph.co.ukOne Family launch 'inter-generational' plan to help relatives pay for first homesDaily Mailall 6 news articles »
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A new journalism startup in Hong Kong is betting the public will pay for unbiased news - Quartz

QuartzA new journalism startup in Hong Kong is betting the public will pay for unbiased newsQuartzThe quality and independence of the South China Morning Post, Hong Kong's main English-language paper, is widely perceived to have declined in recent years, especially after having been acquired by e-commerce giant Alibaba last year. Two years ...
(31-05-2016)

12 years after liquidation, Nigeria Airways echoes - Daily Trust

Daily Trust12 years after liquidation, Nigeria Airways echoesDaily TrustAccording to him, the airline's Board of Directors, at the time the firm was liquidated, was utterly corrupt, forming various dubious companies which were used as conduit pipes to siphon funds from the airline, under the guise of servicing and ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

Australia to sell £9m seized bitcoin haul - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphAustralia to sell £9m seized bitcoin haulBelfast TelegraphBitcoin is a type of digital currency that allows people to buy goods and services and exchange money without involving banks, credit card issuers or other third parties. The coins are created by users who "mine" them by lending computing power to ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

US peer-to-peer lending model has parallels with subprime crisis - Financial Times

Financial TimesUS peer-to-peer lending model has parallels with subprime crisisFinancial TimesThat is certainly a description of the US subprime mortgage craze of a decade ago — and the disaster that followed, after a collapse in house prices and a rise in loan defaults triggered a tidal wave of losses for banks around the world. It could ...
(30-05-2016)

Buy your first home with your grandparents using this clever new mortgage scheme - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukBuy your first home with your grandparents using this clever new mortgage schemeMirror.co.ukThe Barclays Family Springboard Mortgage allows first-time buyers to take out a loan without putting down any money at all. Instead, a parent puts a chunk of savings in a linked account. After three years, if the payments are made, they can get their ...The mortgages where 70-year-olds borrow to help their grandchildrenTelegraph.co.ukOne Family launch 'inter-generational' plan to help relatives pay for first homesDaily Mailall 6 news articles »
(30-05-2016)

The mortgages where 70-year-olds borrow to help their grandchildren - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe mortgages where 70-year-olds borrow to help their grandchildrenTelegraph.co.ukThe traditional 25-year mortgage is becoming a thing of the past as lenders devise new breeds of loans, which could pay an income in later life, help children or grandchildren buy a home, or mitigate tax bills. One Family, a mutual, is planning the UK ...Buy your first home with your grandparents using this clever new mortgage schemeMirror.co.ukOne Family launch 'inter-generational' plan to help relatives pay for first homesDaily Mailall 6 news articles »
(30-05-2016)

The Brexit odd squad - New Statesman

New StatesmanThe Brexit odd squadNew StatesmanThis has been debunked by fact-checkers such as Full Fact, which estimates that the UK pays roughly £9.8bn a year once money back is taken into account. Regardless, Vote Leave keeps quoting the figure – and no wonder, because the chief executive of ...and more »
(30-05-2016)

Half-term holiday car hire? Steer clear of these traps - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukHalf-term holiday car hire? Steer clear of these trapsTelegraph.co.ukWith these policies you have to pay the excess yourself, if you need to make a claim, and then get the money back from the insurer. A car accident in miniature Excess insurance covers ... on your smartphone before you travel. The free navigation app ...
(30-05-2016)

Charged for an Argos order, but the goods never arrived - The Guardian

The GuardianCharged for an Argos order, but the goods never arrivedThe GuardianThis is the latest in a swelling postbag about Argos's poor customer service and puzzlingly contradictory advice. It follows a recent complaint published on these pages about the delivery of the wrong mattress and a refund made on the purchaser's ...
(30-05-2016)

House Rules' Claire and Hagan reveal they can't afford to get married - Daily Mail

Daily MailHouse Rules' Claire and Hagan reveal they can't afford to get marriedDaily MailAnd Claire, 28, and Hagan, 27, are hoping to take out the top prize on the show to ease the financial strain they are currently under and pay off their mortgage to make their dream wedding a reality. In an interview with this week's New Idea, the ...
(30-05-2016)

The cheapest 0% credit cards for borrowing money - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKThe cheapest 0% credit cards for borrowing moneyAOL Money UKOnce you've transferred the money, you can use it to pay off your overdraft. Credit card companies usually charge very high rates of interest on this sort of cash advance, higher than you would pay with most overdrafts. However, 0% money transfer ...and more »
(30-05-2016)

One Family launch 'inter-generational' plan to help relatives pay for first homes - Daily Mail

Daily MailOne Family launch 'inter-generational' plan to help relatives pay for first homesDaily MailBut David Hollingworth, a broker at the mortgage company London & Country, said: 'Affordability can be a problem because you require a certain level of income to pay a mortgage. Senior homeowners also need to think carefully about their own security ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

New credit card scrutiny sends Indonesians back to cash - Reuters UK

Reuters UKNew credit card scrutiny sends Indonesians back to cashReuters UKJAKARTA Indonesia's plan to track all credit card transactions in a bid to crack down on rampant tax evasion is pushing people back to cash, stifling government efforts to track illicit money flows. A new government decree requiring credit card ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

Modi plans to promote credit and debit cards in war on black money business culture - Daily Mail

Daily MailModi plans to promote credit and debit cards in war on black money business cultureDaily MailOn May 22, Prime Minister Narendra Modi argued for moving towards a cashless society to increase transparency and curb black money culture. A senior official said the finance ministry is looking at ways to promote the use of cards, including credit and ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

Number of UK landlords rises to 1.75 million - The Guardian

The GuardianNumber of UK landlords rises to 1.75 millionThe GuardianThe HMRC figures are the latest data on landlord numbers, which are likely to have increased significantly since. Buy-to-let lending has boomed as cheap mortgages and rising rents, combined with low savings rates, have made property attractive to ...
(29-05-2016)
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