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Hopefully your first months of 2017 have gotten off to a great start. In the spirit of keeping things in good nick, here are four credit traps to avoid in 2017… The post 4 Credit Traps to Avoid this Year appeared first on Credit Savvy.
Sectors of the UK economy which are heavily reliant on EU nationals are starting to experience skills and labour shortages, with research suggesting that the squeeze could be down to fewer EU workers seeking jobs in Britain in the wake of last year’s Brexit vote. Despite a record number of national job vacancies – about […]
Change is coming in the healthcare space and executives don’t necessarily think it’s a bad thing.
An Indian think tank established by the country’s leader, Narendra Modi, is foreseeing a giant leap toward mobile transactions. The Wall Street Journal reports that Amitabh Kant, CEO of NITI Aayog, which consults the government on long-term policy, claimed to an international forum that the country could soon see a revolution in financial technology that…
In the following post, John Owens offers an overview of his research project with the CFI Fellows Program. Background & Research Questions More and more online credit providers have started to offer loans to not only consumers but also to SMEs around the world. Outside of digital banking platforms, new alternative online and digital platforms […]
European banks were down by a third for the year this July — they’ve since made nearly all of that drop back. http://ift.tt/2hljsIn #3Novices #News #OnlineMedia #Business 3Novices Europe
The UK could pay EU contributions for access to the single market as part of its exit deal, the Brexit Secretary has said. During a question session in the House of Commons, David Davis said “of course” the Government would consider paying to retain single market access. It is the furthest the Government has gone on discussing […]