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Man U Seeks NYSE Listing

July 4, 2016

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Man U Seeks NYSE Listing

  Manchester United F.C. has applied to join the New York Stock Exchange, seeking a share sale of $100m (£64m). The decision comes nearly a year after its plan to raise $1bn on the Singapore stock market, which was approved and later put on hold due to overall market instability. Source: google.com via Stuart on [...]

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Save money on: Transport

June 21, 2016

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  We all know how expensive transport can be, whether it’s travelling locally to and from work or whether it’s flying abroad somewhere, hopefully warmer. The price of getting from-here-to-there seems to have risen dramatically over the past couple of years and it’s set to rise even further. The cost of transport can be a [...]

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Consumers face record mortgage fees

June 11, 2016

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Home owners and first time buyers have been warned to check mortgage lenders’ fees before signing up. The deal with the lowest interest rate may not mean it is the cheapest option. Fees have risen by 70% over the past three years, with the average cost now £1,511, up from £878 according to Moneyfacts.co.uk. These [...]

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Britain’s double-dip recession: How bad is it?

May 30, 2016

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  For the first time since the 1970s, the UK is experiencing a dreaded and somewhat unexpected double-dip recession. With all eyes on Greece, and more recently Spain, it’s easy to forget how badly Britain has struggled to pick itself up from the rubble of collapsing global economies. Even the experts underestimated the extent of [...]

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How to become an eBay seller

May 29, 2016

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  Setting up as a seller on eBay could help you make some valuable extra cash. Read on and find out how to do it. eBay has become one of the most popular places to buy and sell items online, and more than ten million people have exchanged goods via the site. You can buy [...]

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How to make your cash last by ditching the debit card

May 25, 2016

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  For most of us it will be pay day around now. And for those of us who have been penniless for the last couple of days there is an instant urge to go out and start spending all over again. Well put a hold on it just for a second and think about handling [...]

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Cut the cost of international calls using VoIP

May 22, 2016

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  No matter your reasons for making international calls, whether you are calling home from a holiday, calling loved ones who live abroad or communicating overseas for business, the end result is the same; costly and often unaffordable call charges. There are a number of options to consider to help cut the cost of making [...]

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Wine Investment: splashing money into commodities

May 17, 2016

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  In the world of investments, probably the most widespread piece of advice is to “diversify, diversify, diversify.” And in your average investment strategy, this would be accomplished by creating a portfolio investing in a number of different industries. However, there is a lot more to the financial world than just playing the stock market. [...]

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Guest Post: 5 totally shameless payday loan offers

May 11, 2016

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  From ridiculous interest rates of 1000%+ to poor customer service and tactics bordering on bullying, pay day loan companies get a bad rep. Putting aside the morals of whether or not they should market quick cash and no credit checks to people with bad credit; they sure don’t make it easy for themselves! I’ve [...]

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April showers put dampener on sales

May 9, 2016

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Retail sales dropped 3.3% last month and retailers are blaming the weather. It is the biggest drop since March 2015 and footwear sales were the lowest since 2011 according to figures released by the British Retail Consortium (BRC). Yahooreports: “Online retailers also saw demand slow, while supermarkets felt the pain despite the cold weather boosting [...]

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