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Nightclub boss with a taste for high life jailed over luxury home mortgage fraudsGrimsby LiveBut the jury returned unanimous guilty verdicts on attempting to obtain money by deception and making false representations on the separate mortgage applications. Jailing him for three years, judge Mark Bury told Wilder: "You saw an opportunity to ...
Grimsby LiveColourful businessman Arthur Wilder jailed over luxury home mortgage fraudsGrimsby LiveWilder, now of Victoria Street, Goole, spent £630,000 from the mortgage advance, using some of the cash to buy a yacht. His bank eventually repossessed the property after he failed to maintain regular mortgage repayments. Although the deals took place ...
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The SunOwning a home is £2270 a year cheaper than renting – but you'll need a £51k deposit firstThe SunHOMEOWNERS spend £2,270 LESS than renters every year, according to one lender. The depressing new statistics show that it's more expensive to rent than buy in every region of the UK, where tenants are paying up to £289 more than first-time buyers on ...
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The Fed just increased interest rates — here's what the hike means for your wallet - Business Insider

Business InsiderThe Fed just increased interest rates — here's what the hike means for your walletBusiness InsiderMost simply, the fed funds rate determines the interest rate at which banks borrow short-term money. Increases are passed on to other borrowers, mostly consumers, through higher rates on things like credit-card debt. This debt is based on the banks ...Powell says Fed won't let banks take marijuana money until federal guidance comesMarketWatchall 1,033 news articles »
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American Express introduces new cashback credit card to appeal to ... - MarketWatch

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American Express introduces new cashback credit card to appeal to millennials - MarketWatch

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American Express introduces new cashback credit card aimed at millennials - MarketWatch

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How to prepare your kids for their financial future - The Independent

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How the 'big kahuna' of central banks may bring reality crashing down on stocks - MarketWatch

How the 'big kahuna' of central banks may bring reality crashing down on stocksMarketWatchAnd from Latvia, the European Central Bank has just revealed its timetable to start paring back on its easy-money throttle. Ahead of that, the excitement was been building. ... rates to flatten, according to Kramer. So it's bad for banks because ...and more »
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Sunderland lad bought mum's three-bed council house – and mortgage is £1k a year cheaper than renting - The Sun

The SunSunderland lad bought mum's three-bed council house – and mortgage is £1k a year cheaper than rentingThe SunAre you a first-time buyer who want to share tips on how you did it? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 78 24516. Don't forget to join the Sun Money's first-time buyer Facebook group for the latest tips on buying your first home.
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Why you need a survival kit now and how to pack one - MarketWatch

Why you need a survival kit now and how to pack oneMarketWatchBut if you don't have the means to complete it right away, tackle it little by little. “You're not going to do it in one day. You don't want to go out and spend a boatload of money,” Judge says. “But before long, you're prepared.” Focus on essentials ...
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Looking under the bonnet of the Sipp market - Money Marketing

Money MarketingLooking under the bonnet of the Sipp marketMoney MarketingBut it is not all doom and gloom, as a survey of the sector conducted by Money Marketing shows Sipp providers are addressing longstanding areas of concern including unregulated investments. Providers that are still accepting .... Since the introduction ...
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Lessons from bedtime stories - Hargreaves Lansdown

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Retiring to Europe: the Brexit race is on - Financial Times

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Americans could pay $2.2 billion more on their credit-card debt after Fed rate hike - MarketWatch

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Bloom Energy IPO: 5 things to know about the Silicon Valley clean-energy 'unicorn' - MarketWatch

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Bloom Energy IPO: 5 things to know about the Silicon Valley clean ... - MarketWatch

Bloom Energy IPO: 5 things to know about the Silicon Valley clean ...MarketWatchBloom Energy Corp. has filed for an initial public offering, vying to join the likes of Dropbox and Spotify in equity markets.and more »
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Mansion Global Daily: UK Property Price Woes, Most Expensive Cities for Expats and More - Mansion Global

Mansion GlobalMansion Global Daily: UK Property Price Woes, Most Expensive Cities for Expats and MoreMansion GlobalThe U.S. saw an increase in mortgage credit availability in May, according to the Mortgage Credit Availability Index. Availability increased 1.5% to 180.6 in May, its biggest jump in three months. For conventional loans, availability was up 2 ...
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