Monthly Archives: November 2010

German Finance Minister sees Ireland deal by start of week

German Finance Minister sees Ireland deal by start of week German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Friday he believed a deal on financial aid to Ireland would be concluded by the start of next week. Read more on Reuters … Continue reading

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Tuition fees: are students right to be protesting?

Get the data behind the decisions to hike up tuition fees. What’s the real reasoning behind the policy?• Get the data Whether your heart goes out to the students taking to the streets or not you will probably be wondering … Continue reading

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House prices slide for fifth month running as demand plummets

Average house value dropped 0.8% in November, reports Hometrack, as seasonal slowdown starts a month early Britain’s housing market continues to weaken, with prices falling for the fifth month in a row in November, according to property information group Hometrack. … Continue reading

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However Big a Debt Problem, It Can Be Solved with a Little Debt Management

Maybe you are one of many people who is facing a debt problem and are wondering how to clear your debt. There are millions like you who are reeling under the burden of debt. Debt … View full post on … Continue reading

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Letters: Protest and the spirit of ‘68 – and ‘72

In May 1972 school students all over Britain went on strike over their conditions and future prospects. Although largely forgotten now, the Schools Action Union was front-page news, and as one of the six members of the committee that ran … Continue reading

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Online Investment Secrets And Tips

When it comes to online investment tips, everyone could benefit from tips. Most people are new to online investing, and are not very familiar with the way things work. The online world of investing can be cruel, but also very … Continue reading

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Angela Merkel lobbies for bondholders to share pain of EU bailouts

German chancellor’s plan is attacked by critics for unnerving investors and undermining eurozone’s stability Angela Merkel is expected to intensify her lobbying this week for reforms tying EU debt holders to sovereign bailouts, despite concerns that she is unnerving investors … Continue reading

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The Basics of Debt Settlement

Debt settlement can save you thousands of dollars, but can also be a complicated process if you are working alone. A professional team can really simplify the process of reducing your debt, and will only … View full post on … Continue reading

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Consolidating Debt – How To Get The Lowest Interest Rate

Consolidating Debt – How To Get The Lowest Interest Rate On A Debt Reduction Or Consolidation Loan To get the lowest interest rate on a debt consolidation loan, you need to research terms and rates. Lenders realize to remain competitive, … Continue reading

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Reed Finance named Recruitment Consultancy of the Year 2010

Reed Finance named Recruitment Consultancy of the Year 2010 Reed Finance was last night (22nd November) named Recruitment Consultancy of the Year 2010 by CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants), at a prestigious awards ceremony hosted by actor, comedian and … Continue reading

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