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Mortgage Rates Should Be Even Lower

Mortgage rates lowest ever recorded. But by a historical measure, they should be even lower. During the last years, a wide gap between the mortgage rate hunters and a benchmark interest rate investors demand to buy bonds backed by home loans. Normally, this would obscure metric of interest to bankers, brokers and dealers in securities Read more about Mortgage Rates Should Be Even Lower[…]

Personal Loans On The Rise

Some consumers to dispose of plastic and instead turn to personal loans and credit lines to get more control over their financial lives – perhaps use them to repay credit card debt, pay taxes or to fund a trip down the aisle. At the beginning of each year, “we see increased demand” for products, said Read more about Personal Loans On The Rise[…]

Possible Credit Downgrades

Some of Wall Street’s biggest banks are bracing for fallout from a possible cut in their credit ratings. Moody’s Investors Service, one of the two big ratings agencies, has said it will decide in mid-May whether to lower its ratings for 17 global financial companies. Morgan Stanley, which was hit hard in the financial crisis, Read more about Possible Credit Downgrades[…]

Too Big to Fail

The 2008 financial crisis has pushed the world economy on the brink of collapse and revealed major flaws in the financial system. Four years later, most observers agree makers whiffed on addressing one of the main causes of the crisis: the difficulty of dealing with financial institutions if they are considered important – by regulators, Read more about Too Big to Fail[…]

Compensation: Ethics and Marketing

BACK PAY – For young people who start in the career, the choice of compensation is primarily influenced by the image they want to give to their customers. The two young counselors interviewed, in fact, prefer the formulas for reduced fees and trailing commissions on assets under management of the deferred sales charge over seven Read more about Compensation: Ethics and Marketing[…]

Money And Federal Reserve

They can not have access to the armed forces, but it is often argued that the Federal Reserve chairman has a level of world power and influence that rivals that of President of the United States. While most investors know the name of the current Fed chief Ben Bernanke how her decision impacts your money Read more about Money And Federal Reserve[…]

Scotia Bank Increased Its Dividend

Scotiabank intends to increase its dividend, while its net profit rose 15% in the first quarter, according to results released Tuesday. The profits of the financial institution totaling $ 1.4 billion in the quarter ended Jan. 31, compared to $ 1.2 billion the same quarter of fiscal 2011. The quarterly dividend on common shares will Read more about Scotia Bank Increased Its Dividend[…]

Housing Market By Warren Buffett

The billionaire U.S. investor Warren Buffett said Saturday that he had “royally deceived” by predicting a recovery in property market in the U.S., but added that his optimism was always dealt face up to the national economy . In his annual letter to shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway, Mr. Buffett said he believes that the real Read more about Housing Market By Warren Buffett[…]

Refinancing

Homeowners who have resisted the urge to refinance their mortgages until now could be rewarded for their willpower. Mortgage rates have fallen to new lows—and banks are rolling out incentives to win business. Economic uncertainty in Europe and slow growth in the U.S. are prompting investors to pile into ultrasafe U.S. Treasurys. That, in turn, Read more about Refinancing[…]

Stocks Are Down

The currency markets missing floor Wednesday, but seemed to still run by his best complete in Jan in over a several years. An unanticipated decrease in customer assurance ripped shares after a powerful beginning. The Dow Jones Business Regular dropped 33 details to 12 619 just after 1:30 p.m. EST. The Conventional & Inadequate 500 Read more about Stocks Are Down[…]

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