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New York

New York City Regains Title as International Property Investment Capital

According to OPP Connect New York has found its groove again, and once again claimed the crown as “real estate capital of the world.” So just how much is being invested in NY property now, what types of returns are […]

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Alternative Vote

Markets rises following Scotland’s No vote

The FTSE 100 rose 0.65% to 6,863.81, on Friday, following the referendum in which Scottish voters said 'No' to an independent Scotland. The pound has fallen over the past

Jobs

ONS survey reveals increases in employment rates across the UK

Employment rates are increasing across Britain, according to the UK's national statistical institute, the Office for National Statistics (ONS), which published its monthly Labour Market Statistics for the

Petrol Price Rise

Lower food and fuel prices contribute to drop in UK inflation

UK inflation fell to 1.5% in August this year according to the Consumer Price Inflation, August 2014 reported published on Tuesday by the national statistical institute for the

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Are There Alternatives To Unscrupulous Payday Loan Lenders?

New legislations set to come into effect in 2015 to regulate payday loan firms and moneylenders should provide an extra level of security for borrowers who have been

FSB

FSB’s Small Business Index reveals boost in confidence levels among UK small businesses

UK business organisation the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) released the latest survey results from its Small Business Index on Monday, which indicates a significant rise in small

Big Data

Moving Past Siloed Data: What is siloism and why is it a threat?

Money laundering is a global problem for many reasons. From security and terrorism threats to financial insecurity, money laundering and bank fraud can be damaging to us all.

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UK’s trade deficit widens to £2.5 billion in June 2014

The UK's deficit on trade in goods and services was estimated to have been £2.5bn in June this year, in comparison to £2.4bn in the previous month, according

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Why your credit report is so important

When applying for a mortgage, loan or any other lending facility, a credit score is obtained by the lender for all of the named individuals on the application

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AA motoring group floatation valued at £1.385bn

British motoring group the Automobile Association (the AA), best known for its roadside recovery services, has floated its shares on the London Stock Exchange and a management buy-in

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