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the Irish NewsAlex Kane: Finding a new role for the UK while also trying to hold the Union togetherthe Irish NewsThey were manipulated by right wing elements who have a personal political agenda which goes far beyond any particular concerns about the EU. But the very fact that they were, in electoral terms, 'up for grabs,' ... Interestingly, that suspicion of ...
BBC News50 years on: How credit cards changed our relationship with moneyBBC NewsFifty years ago this week Barclaycard issued the first credit cards in the UK. Half a century on, consumers are used to a range of convenient ways to pay, but back in 1966 there was a feeling of change when people tried to brandish their exciting new ...and more »
BBC NewsMarkets brace for more torrid tradingBBC NewsGlobal markets are braced for more torrid trading on Monday in the wake of the UK's vote to leave the European Union. ... Individuals may choose to directly put their money in a company by buying shares. ... David Tinsley, UK economist at UBS ...and more »
Express.co.ukThe first ever-existing credit card: Barclay's life-changing giftExpress.co.ukIt was a Barclaycard, the first credit card to be introduced into the UK, and I was one of the very first batch of a million customers to receive one. I didn't ask for it, ... my card. And hey, I didn't even have to have enough money in the bank to pay ...and more »
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Alex Kane: Finding a new role for the UK while also trying to hold the Union together - the Irish News

the Irish NewsAlex Kane: Finding a new role for the UK while also trying to hold the Union togetherthe Irish NewsThey were manipulated by right wing elements who have a personal political agenda which goes far beyond any particular concerns about the EU. But the very fact that they were, in electoral terms, 'up for grabs,' ... Interestingly, that suspicion of ...
(27-06-2016)

50 years on: How credit cards changed our relationship with money - BBC News

BBC News50 years on: How credit cards changed our relationship with moneyBBC NewsFifty years ago this week Barclaycard issued the first credit cards in the UK. Half a century on, consumers are used to a range of convenient ways to pay, but back in 1966 there was a feeling of change when people tried to brandish their exciting new ...and more »
(26-06-2016)

Markets brace for more torrid trading - BBC News

BBC NewsMarkets brace for more torrid tradingBBC NewsGlobal markets are braced for more torrid trading on Monday in the wake of the UK's vote to leave the European Union. ... Individuals may choose to directly put their money in a company by buying shares. ... David Tinsley, UK economist at UBS ...and more »
(26-06-2016)

The first ever-existing credit card: Barclay's life-changing gift - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukThe first ever-existing credit card: Barclay's life-changing giftExpress.co.ukIt was a Barclaycard, the first credit card to be introduced into the UK, and I was one of the very first batch of a million customers to receive one. I didn't ask for it, ... my card. And hey, I didn't even have to have enough money in the bank to pay ...and more »
(26-06-2016)

Intel Corp. Said to Weigh Sale of Cyber-Security Unit, FT Says - Bloomberg

Intel Corp. Said to Weigh Sale of Cyber-Security Unit, FT SaysBloombergIntel Corp. is considering selling the cyber-security business it purchased almost six years ago for $7.7 billion, the Financial Times reported on Sunday. The company has discussed the future of Intel Security with bankers, including potentially ...and more »
(26-06-2016)

Katie Hopkins: I expected to die before 50, so I needed to earn for my children - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukKatie Hopkins: I expected to die before 50, so I needed to earn for my childrenTelegraph.co.ukBritain voted to leave the EU on Thursday Credit: REINHARD KRAUSE ... My parents were super-cautious with money so, although we were quite comfortable, I was brought up be fairly frugal. ... Do you prefer to pay by debit card, credit card or cash?and more »
(26-06-2016)

Off on your holidays? We show you how to save money this summer - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLiveOff on your holidays? We show you how to save money this summerChronicleLiveNew research from the consumer organisation as shown that holidaymakers could save up to £122 a week by opting for an overseas spending card or credit card instead of buying currency at the airport. And we have other tips to make your cash last longer.
(26-06-2016)

Home truths: How the vote will affect you - Irish Independent

Channel 4 NewsHome truths: How the vote will affect youIrish IndependentSome €108bn is invested in pension funds here, much of it in equities and UK pension companies which operate here. With uncertainty surrounding stock markets, pension funds will take a hit, which will particularly be felt by those who are due to retire ...EU referendum: The changing political landscape of WalesBBC Newsall 542 news articles »
(26-06-2016)

Poll-axed by our 'yes' to EU divorce - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Poll-axed by our 'yes' to EU divorceThe Times (subscription)... market-based pension had shrunk by more in cash terms than I had ever lost before in a single day. Partly because share prices had risen earlier last week on City hopes that “remain” would win, the value of my self-invested personal pension (Sipp ...
(25-06-2016)

What Brexit means for your finances: Savings that can be made - and steps you can take to protect the family finances - This is Money

This is MoneyWhat Brexit means for your finances: Savings that can be made - and steps you can take to protect the family financesThis is MoneyMeanwhile, stock markets have responded negatively, not just here in the UK but across Europe and the rest of the globe, impacting adversely on our pensions and investments. .... And he thinks this could have a major effect on people's personal finances.and more »
(25-06-2016)

Mortgages could get cheaper as a cut in interest rates is likely - but fix for five years to be certain - This is Money

This is MoneyMortgages could get cheaper as a cut in interest rates is likely - but fix for five years to be certainThis is MoneyMortgage providers will pay less for the money they lend, says Boulger, because they borrow from the money markets where rates are based on gilt – or Government bond – yields. 'These fell sharply last week and are 100 basis points below a year ago.'.and more »
(25-06-2016)

Money, holidays and shopping - what will Brexit mean for you? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMoney, holidays and shopping - what will Brexit mean for you?Telegraph.co.ukIt said on its website: “We have temporarily suspended our travel money website following unprecedented customer demand for foreign currency overnight and this morning. We apologise to all ... Ditto, Europeans living and working in the UK. ... What ...and more »
(25-06-2016)

EU referendum: Battle to be Brexit Prime Minister heats up as Tory MPs question Boris Johnson's leadership credentials - Telegraph.co.uk

Babble (blog)EU referendum: Battle to be Brexit Prime Minister heats up as Tory MPs question Boris Johnson's leadership credentialsTelegraph.co.ukAs the flags of European nations lead the annual Pride parade in London the referendum result is hot on everyone's lips. Thousands of people are taking part in this year's event, a day after the UK's vote to leave the the EU was announced. Some of ...What Brexit Means for My Family Living in the U.K.Babble (blog)How Brexit could affect your investments and pensionThe Week UKall 11,743 news articles »
(25-06-2016)

EU referendum: What should I do about holiday money now? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukEU referendum: What should I do about holiday money now?Telegraph.co.uk... fell dramatically as the referendum outcome emerged yesterday. At one point it hit $1.32, a fall of almost 12pc – its lowest level since 1985 Credit: alamy ... Mr Lewis said: “Personally, I'd use one of the cheap overseas cards – the Halifax ...and more »
(25-06-2016)

Four ways Brexit will hit personal finances - The Independent

The IndependentFour ways Brexit will hit personal financesThe IndependentUncertainty while markets adjust and firms decide how to respond means the UK stock market is likely to be volatile for some time. Anyone who has recently retired and opted to take an income using drawdown (periodic cashing in of a pension fund still ...and more »
(25-06-2016)
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