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The causes of the 1987 stock market crash

The causes of the 1987 stock market crash

In this historical guest article we look at the causes of 'Black Monday' and the 1987 stock market crash

What will happen to the UK economy in 2014?

What are the prospects for the UK economy in 2014?

We take a look at the prospects for the UK economy in 2014. What will happen to house prices, will interest rates rise, will unemployment continue to fall and how much will the economy grow by?

Autumn Statement: Key points announced by George Osborne

George Osborne presented the Autumn Statement to Parliament today

The Chancellor, George Osborne, presented his Autumn Statement to Parliament and was able to say that growth forecasts are up deficit estimates are expected to fall.

Autumn Statement: Government borrowing to be revised down

George Osborne presents his Autumn Statement on Thursday 5th December

The Office for Budget Responsibility will upgrade GDP growth forecasts and downgrade government borrowing estimates when George Osborne presents his Autumn Statement tomorrow.

Twitter vs Facebook IPO: Differences and similarities

Social media sites have had different experiences launching on the stock market

A featured article by dailyforex.com reveals the differences behind the stock market entrance of two social media giants.

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  • 100% mortgages

    A 100% mortgage is, quite simply, a loan for 100 per cent of a property's value.

  • 10 ways to get it right when credit's tight

    The credit situation is worsening for borrowers – but there are steps you can take to help you through the credit crisis

  • Adverse or Bad Credit Mortgages

    One of the main requirements a person must have before taking out a mortgage is a good credit history.

  • Annuities

    An annuity is a product which provides an income for life. In fact, it guarantees an income for life. When you buy an annuity you are essentially paying for a sum of cash to be paid to you at regular intervals after you retire and until you die.

  • Boat Insurance: Safe on the water

    There are many types of boat insurance available covering a diverse range of pleasure craft. There are policies for dingys, small crafts, speedboats, narrowboats, cruisers, houseboats, rowing boats, and yachts.

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