Ottawa Wants To Invite Chinese Students, Tourists and Workers to Canada

Canada is soon set to receive up to twice the number of the Chinese tourists, students, workers, and travelers. Currently, there are a paltry five visa offices in China, but the number is set to triple over the next couple of months. These centers will be located in Chengdu, Nanjing, Wuhan, Jinan,…

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Chinese Development Bank Approves First Loans

The outcome of Britain’s referendum that was held last week is expected to have an impact on the world economy in the coming days. Nonetheless, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, a Chinese based development bank, started to offer loans to clients on June 24th. The management team stated…

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New Jersey Family Wins $429.6 Powerball

The Powerball has just made a 70-year-old woman, Perlie Smith, $429.6 million richer. On May 13, 2016, Ms. Smith was identified as the Powerball jackpot winner. She has seven children, of whom Valerie Arthur is the eldest. Arthur just retired as a prison administrator for the Department of…

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Saudi Arabia wants to buy more US refineries

Saudi Arabia is one of the most controversial, but richest countries on the planet. The country developed quickly immediately after discovering oil. Now they are providing fuel for many countries. The producers in Saudi Arabia also want to expand their business by buying more US refineries. Why now?…

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What is a mutual fund?

When it comes to your money, it is very important to be informed. You have to know exactly how to manage your funds and how you can use your money to increase your income. It is very tempting to risk everything you have and hope for the best, but it is really not a good idea? What is the best way to…

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What is a reverse mortgage?

Homeowners who are 62 or older can access money based on the value of their mortgage-free home. It is another word for a loan but it doesn’t have to be repaid until you sell your home or move. A reverse mortgage means that you receive a certain amount of money that you can use to help your…

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Types of Home Loans

In today’s market buying a new house is almost impossible. After all, houses are very expensive and you don’t always have the cash in hand in order to purchase a property that you desire. In these types of circumstances, home loans can prove to be a very excellent option. You can either…

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Recession and its effects, and how to deal with it

When it comes to recession, there is nothing good about it, especially because it often hits the most vulnerable group of people – family. Then they have to work even more and harder than they used to just to stay afloat, hoping that something will change soon. Usually, things do not change so…

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The important components in financing

An account backup is a different legitimate element made for the sole motivation behind doing certain monetary exercises for the benefit of its parent organization. While a monetary organization may utilize an account back up to issue stock, a customer organization can set up a fund auxiliary as a…

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Activists say Shell violates interior dept’s 2013 rule

Department of Interior is being requested to block Royal Dutch Shell’s 2015 oil exploration plan by the environmental groups. This is a part of struggle between green activists to protect complex ecology of arctic from Shell, the oil corporation with bad environmental record. The deep sea oil…

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ECB meeting

European financial organization athletic event was the transcend news of the week. ECB’s decision-making governing high level advisor on Friday united that Greek banks may six of 1 and [*fr1] a dozen of the opposite on prime of everything funds. The edict – taken at a apparently convened…

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The Ability To Make Mobile-Payments Has Made The Financial Jungle A Civilized World After All

As the world became a smaller place with the development of information technology and mobile telephony, there came some other facilities like the ability to make payments using a mobile phone. There is a heavy penetration of mobiles in the contemporary world and financial institutions have cashed…

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Tad Bits on Financial Statements

Financial Statements are very important aspects not only in the financial studies but also in the bookkeeping methodologies of various organizations on both private and public sector. The formal definition of financial statements state that they are representations of both the financial position and…

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Start earning money with your personal blog

Let's be honest - there are a lot of ways you can invest hours chipping away at your website, and NOT profit by any stretch of the imagination. Possibly you don't have any adverts on it? Numerous online journals are outright information, which is decent for the visitor, obviously, however…

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Bad habits that will lead you to debt

It is easy to have financial issues especially if you are not so good when it comes to spending and saving your money. Unless you are really rich or have someone who is there to financially support you, you need to take care of your earnings, otherwise you will either go bankrupt or have a lot of…

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Recession never ended

Six years after the retreat finished, numerous U.S. states are simply unable to adjust spending plans on account of a languid recuperation and their own approach choices. The monetary delicacy brings up issues about how they will climate the following financial downturn. A lion's share of states…

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Never Outlive Your Retirement Funds

There is one situation that a lot of retired people face – not able to save the retirement funds for the rest of their lives. After the retirement, there is no steady source of income every month and hence you have to dig into your savings. Thus, it becomes a little difficult to manage the…

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Learn to Diversify Your Finances

Consumerism is having some gala time out there in the world. People are spending way too much and saving virtually nothing. However, this is the high time when we started thinking about mending rather than spending. Unfortunately, there is only a small percentage of the population that considers…

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Private managing an account

The expression "private" alludes to client administration rendered on a more individual premise than in mass-market retail managing an account, generally through committed bank counselors. Private managing an account is saving money, venture and other monetary administrations gave by banks…

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The hedge fund pattern and oil

The hedge funds have a heavy influence on the oil prices. The price battle in the oil industry during the month of March was driven by the hedge fund giants. The hedge funds and other managers related to money have affected around 209 million barrels of oil pricing through WTI-linked futures. Hedge…

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Need to sniff the danger while going for Sweepstakes

It is imperative to protect your personal information while participating in sweepstakes because your negligence can land you into troubles. To protect yourself from the vicious trap, it is necessary for you to get acquainted with the signs of sweepstake scams. Defend Your Privacy In order to foil…

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A Short Dive into the Financial Services of the United States

Financial Service is that branch of the finance industry that provides economic services and help with the aid of a huge spectrum of organizations. Such organizations include banks and investment houses, credit unions including the credit card companies along with companies like insurance,…

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What is implied by riches?

The principal significance of the word wealth is that of abundance or wealth; that of the responsibility for supportive for a certain kind of weal or flourishing. Comfort, quality and wealth express three sorts of weal or success. Wellbeing relates to the constitution or structure, and imparts the…

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Five major banks to be charged for currency rigging

The incidents of currency rigging are increasing in the United States day by day. The Department of Justice has found five banks guilty of the same charges. The number has increased by one when the incident was reported last time. The sources close to the situation have confirmed this development.…

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Alibaba invests $150 million in Zulily

China’s largest e-commerce player is exploring all possible ways to form solid foundation in the world’s largest economy. Alibaba.com recently bought 10 percent stake with the market value of $150 million in Zulily. The Seattle based e-commerce website deals with kids and women’s…

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The Whole Food Markets share value dips after trading

For the fourth consecutive quarter, the Whole Foods Market Inc has proven itself to be a profitable company. The positive earnings in its second quarter reports are showing positive signs for Texas based grocery giant. In current years second quarter the earnings of the company increased by 13.2…

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Activision Blizzard optimistic about second quarter

Massive revenue, positive figures and best results, that’s Activision Blizzard’s quarter one report for you. World’s second largest gaming company by its revenue margin has performed well in the first quarter of the current fiscal. Its flagship Call of Duty and Destiny are driving…

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Oil prices reach above $60 for the first time since December 2014

Oil prices are finally bouncing back. Analysts say that this can be a beginning of a steady increase in the prices. The oil prices went above $60 per barrel recently for the first time since December. The crude oil prices reached all time low on March 17 and the latest growth in the oil prices from…

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HOUSE HOLD BUDGETS

On the off chance that you plan to have a superior comprehension of your regular costs going ahead, you aren't the only one. Like never before, individuals are investigating how they burn through cash and where they can reduce. Youthful grownups are taught numerous things in school, however,…

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Nokia underperforms the analyst expectations

Once a mobile giant, Nokia Corp has informed that its network businesses are underperforming. The first quarter output is showing depressing profit margins of its network arm but licensing unit have been performing well above the analysts’ predictions. As per the Nokia’s statement, the…

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Sony increase profitability

For the first time in the last three years Sony is hoping for better profit margins. Japanese electronics giant is facing difficulties for a comeback in the profit game. For next financial year the maker of walkman expects profit of $1.2 billion. Last year the company reported the loss of 126…

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Speed limit on oil transportation will hit the rail industry

The oil and other fossil fuels are more dangerous while transporting. The leakage during the transport also costs heavily on the economy. The new speed limits for the transportation of fossil fuels in the Canada and United States will do little to reduce more frequent accident during the process.…

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CVS performs beyond estimates

First quarter report for CVS Health Corporation is out. Data released by the company is showing 11.8 percent growth in earnings per share. The earnings per share for the CVS Health Corporation are now $1.14. The company also crossed the estimate projected by Zacks Consensus by around 5.6 percent.…

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Consumer confidence low in the US

American consumers are not trusting on their economy much as consumer confidence reached a four-month low. The latest data reveals this unexpected drop in the consumer confidence of world’s largest economy. The Conference Board’s index was 101.4 recently and it decreased to 95.2, as per…

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Twitter shares reach a new low

After the announcements of first quarter earnings by the Twitter, the stock market reacted negatively for the company. The social media giant based in the United States saw a dip in the share prices. The share prices went below $40 mark. The stock value fell around 26 percent due to the quarter one…

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Gold rush on Akshaya Tritiya

The occasion of Akshaya Tritiya in India proved to be good day for gold dealers in the country. The day is known as auspicious occasion to buy gold. The overall trend in gold sale showed 25-30 percent increase as per the data by CAIT, a gold trader’s body. Other precious metals like silver…

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SEBI goes after ponzi schemes in Bengal

The Security Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has declared war of ponzi schemes in the country. The chit fund scam in West Bengal and suicides of the farmers after that has stunned the nation. The security regulator in India has transferred 20 senior officials from Mumbai to Kolkata for empowering its…

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WPP’s sales slowdown in first quarter

The British advertising and public relations client WPP plc has released data for the first quarter. The figures are pointing out towards the slowdown in sales growth. The company also has strong interest in the field of marketing. The company officials are assuring that they are on right way to…

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Comcast’s plan to acquire the Time Warner Cable fails

Comcast’s plan to acquire Time Warner Cable couldn’t see the light of the day. The largest broadcast company dropped its $45 million deal. The deal was criticized by regulatory bodies for breaching antitrust laws. Several experts also pointed that this deal would have turned Comcast into…

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Trading drives Morgan Stanley’s growth

The investment banking giant Morgan Stanley reported its first quarter earnings. The bank reported 60 percent growth in the first quarter revenues. The Morgan Stanley is currently focusing entirely on the wealth management business in order to provide stability and maintain a steady force of income…

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Gasoline prices up in the US

The gasoline prices are finally on the rise after months of steady pricing. The prices reached $2.40 a gallon in the state of Ohio, around 8 cent increase as compared to the rates of the previous week. The internet based price watchdog has informed people in the United States about potential…

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Alibaba to enter in online pharmacy

The biggest e-commerce player in China is planning to take over massive online pharmacy business. The company’s subsidiary, Alibaba Health Information Technology Ltd is about to sign a $2.5 billion deal. This deal has made Alibaba Group Holding Ltd one of the stakeholders in China’s…

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Slowdown haunts the Chinese economy

The world’s second largest economy, China, known for its period of rapid economic expansion is rapidly slowing down. The GDP growth as dipped down to lowest since the financial crisis of 2009 as per the latest data in the first quarter. The weak manufacturing, low consumer spending and low…

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Global economy shows a worrisome picture

The condition of the global economy remains moderate as the slowdown in the emerging markets along with European and Japanese economies is all time high, the International Monetary Fund informed. The sharp decrease in the crude oil prices internationally is working well for the world economy.…

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British economy hits zero inflation

After the recent signals by the Bank of England, UKs central to keep interest low , the economy has responded with stagnated prices for the second month. The restaurants and hotels have rescued the Island nation from severe deflation. The Office for National Statistics based in London informed on…

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Renewable energy sector on decline

The renewable energy sector is very promising in terms of reducing the climate change but the unattractiveness of the sector to the investors has halted its development in the country of Australia. The Bloomberg New Energy Finance has reported that only one renewable energy project in the country…

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Shale oil output dips

The oil market remained oversupplied on Tuesday, but net prices have increased as the United States’s shale oil output decreased more than expected since last four years. U.S. crude oil increased by 63 cents and reached $52.54 per barrel and Front-month Brent crude futures were selling it at…

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Importance of public finance

Public finance is the branch of economics in which we study the role or the intervention of government in the economy and evaluate the government revenues and government expenses of the public authorities and make amendment to achieve desire results, the term finance is money resource e.g coins,…

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US tax burden is increasing

The filing of the taxes almost looks like a rocket science to the American people. The tax continues to eat major portion your salary pie. The internal revenue service is literally sucking the money from the middle class of the United States. As the tax day is coming closer, all taxpayers are…

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British Economy slows down in the first quarter

The Prime Minister David Cameron is already having tough time in responding to the criticism of his government by the Labor party. Ahead of elections it is going to be more difficult for him now to convince voters to support conservatives as the latest data shows the slowdown in the British economy…

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Manufacturing booms anticipated in India

The prime minister’s Make in India campaign seems to be working well for the country. As per the latest data, Industrial activity in the nation grew by 5 percent in the month of February this year. The index of the Industrial Production (IIP) indicated 2.6 growth rates in the previous month.…

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How to spend your money in a smart way ?

We've been writing about the economic crisis, and how hard it is for the majority of people to live and survive these days. If you have like 50 - 60 dollars a week, you can still manage somehow, it may not be the life you want or expect, but think that it will be just for a while. If you are the…

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How to budget your money

Many people believe that money isn’t important. The truth is, it is the most important thing in life! Simply, you cannot live without it. In order to make your life better, you must organize your budget. The first thing you should do, is to track your spending history. Collect all bills you…

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Monsanto Restricts GMO Cotton Seed to India

Monsanto Restricts GMO Cotton Seed to India

Monsanto Co. recently withdrew an application that was seeking regulatory approval for cotton seeds to be sold in India. This took place in the middle of a debate with the government on the subject of royalty fees. According to the spokesperson of Monsanto Co., Christi Dixon, the application was…

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Brexit vote: Finance ministers meet to discuss impact

Brexit vote: Finance ministers meet to discuss impact

An urgent meeting with Chancellor George Osborne has been called by UK finance ministers from the three devolved governments. This came after Finance Secretaries Derek Mackay from Scotland, Mairtin O Muilleoir from Northern Ireland, and Mark Drakeford from Wales met in Cardiff. The finance ministers…

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Wells Fargo fined for $70 million for mortgage malpractice

Wells Fargo fined for $70 million for mortgage malpractice

The U.S. Comptroller of the Currency fined Wells Fargo on Wednesday due to some malpractice in mortgage services. Between March 2013 and October 2014, according to the regulator, Wells Fargo made some escrow calculation errors. These errors, in some cases, led to incorrect denial modifications. The…

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What you need to do before you quit your job

What you need to do before you quit your job

Quitting your job is a dream for many, especially if you’ve been unhappy there! In other cases, it may be as simple as moving on to greener pastures: a higher salary, a better position, or a company that is more compatible with your career and personality. Regardless of the scenario, ending…

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Strong US Dollar cheers up the economy

Strong US Dollar cheers up the economy

United States labor market is literally booming and the drive of the growth is strong dollar. The Federal Reserve’s monetary policies are working right. The United States currency also cheered the stock markets. If the market continues to boom till September, the increase in the borrowing rate…

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A Brief Theory on Experimental Finance

A Brief Theory on Experimental Finance

Experimental finance is an interesting branch in the study of finance. The main aim of this tactics is to understand not only the behavior of the market but also that of human behavior in settings that are simulated with relevance towards finance. This part of study is majorly researched based. The…

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