- Advertisement -

TAG

Banks

New Zealand and China strengthen economic ties with currency deal

The economic ties between New Zealand and China have been strengthened now a new currency deal has been announced which allows direct trading of...

Wealth Explosion Creates African Multimillionaires

Contrary to the global view of many countries in Africa having the world’s poorest and least developed economies, wealth experts are expecting the number...

How safe is your money in offshore saving?

Offshore savers look unsurprisingly look for the best returns on their money and may not consider how safe their cash is while on deposit...

Credit Suisse Accused Of Complicity In Tax Evasion

Swiss banking giant Credit Suisse stands accused of helping American customers avoid billions of dollars in tax. An investigation by a US congressional committee claims...

Expat Saving Rates Offer Miserable Returns

The Bank of England has pegged the official interest rate at 0.5% for five years – which is great for borrowers but awful for...

Nigeria central bank head ousted by President

Lamido Sanusi, Nigeria's central bank governor, has been suspended for "financial recklessness and misconduct" by the country’s president. Sanusi, a previously respected figure who has...

Inflation Drops Below Bank Of England Target

As the Bank of England reports inflation in Britain has dropped below the 2% target for the first time in four years. The Consumer Price...

Bulk Buying Ban On Investors To Cool Housing Market

Wealthy Malaysians are more likely to invest in overseas property than other affluent Asia-Pacific buyers. A new report from HSBC bank revealed 55% of Malaysians...

Jenkins defends 10% raise in bonuses at Barclays amid falling profits

Barclays has fanned flames over City bonuses after its announcement that it is giving a 10% raise in bonuses for 140,000 staff – just...

Forex allegations “every bit as bad” as Libor scandal

The head of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) – the UK's financial watchdog – has stated the forex exchange rate-fixing allegations are “every bit...

Latest news

Struggling Forex Broker Bought Flats With Company Funds

A forex broker whose company was approaching financial meltdown switched £1.05 million from a business account to buy two apartments in Dubai in a...

Stock Markets Slump To Worst Quarter In 37 Years

Stock markets slumped to record losses in the first three mnths of the year due to fears over how coronavirus impacts the world economy...

Operation Airlift Underway For Brits Stranded Abroad

The British government is working with partner airlines to bring thousands of stranded travellers back to the UK. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has set aside...

Expat Landlords Get Buy To Let Mortgage Aid

The financial pain of coronavirus uncertainty for buy to let landlords has been eased by the housing minister. Secretary for Housing Robert Jenrick is extending...

Financial Package On The Way For Self-Employed

Financial support is coming for freelance and self-employed expats who pay their taxes in the UK, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised. In his last...
- Advertisement -