finance

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    7 Pros and Cons of Alternative Financing in 2020

    A coronavirus pandemic is underway, which has caused a major recession and the closure of many businesses. That is why the topics related to financing the businesses are in the forefront. It wasn’t so popular topic since the 2008 global economic crisis. But we must say that problems are not the only reason why you could look for alternative sources…

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    5 Ways Interest Rates Have Changed Over Time

    Regardless of the type of loan you apply for, you will be presented with the additional expenses you have to pay. You can observe the interest rate as the fee for a service of lending the money, and also, in a way, the compensation for the potential risk. If you are thinking about taking a loan from the bank, it…

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    How to Plan an Engagement Party for Your Finance in 2020

    An engagement party is a celebration held a few months before the wedding. It is meant to celebrate the good news that you are about to tie the knot. It brings your friends, families, and in-laws together to receive information about the upcoming wedding. Most people have never planned big parties before, and so it is wise to arrange for…

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    Forex Markets: How To Find The Best Brokers

    Foreign exchange markets generate over $4 trillion in volume on an average trading day. This makes the foreign exchange market the world’s largest and most lucrative financial market. Forex markets are not contained at a central marketplace, which means that global traders have equal access to the profits that can be captured using active trading strategies. In order to accomplish…

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    Black Budget: Financial Accounts May Be “Modified” to Shield Classified Programs

    In an apparent departure from “generally accepted accounting principles,” federal agencies will be permitted to publish financial statements that are altered so as to protect information on classified spending from disclosure. The new policy was developed by the government’s Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB) in response to concerns raised by the Department of Defense and others that a rigorous…

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    China Moves to Destroy US Dollar As They Launch the Gold-backed Petro-Yuan

    In a massive move against the global dominance of the U.S. dollar, China’s highly anticipated Petro-Yuan has been launched in Shanghai. With China being the world’s largest consumer of oil, this new currency is an international game-changer that was a predicted move by China to directly compete—and subsequently devalue—the US dollar. Analysts call the plan, announced by Beijing in September,…

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    How Much Wealth Does the Vatican Control?

    One of the world’s 7 remaining absolute monarchies, Vatican City in the heart of Rome, Italy, is a peculiar city within a city, and one of the wealthiest establishments on earth. If you’ve ever been to the Vatican, which is actually a sovereign nation, you’ve seen the unbelievable wealth owned by the Catholic Church, but how much is the Vatican…

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    Deutsche Bank Brokers Jailed in Biggest Insider Trading Bust Ever

    Two former Deutsche Bank corporate brokers have been sentenced to one of the longest prison terms possible for the crime of insider trading in the UK. As US financial market participants walk free in the streets managing their own “home office” money, Martyn Dodgson and Andrew Hind will be rotting in a Wandsworth prison cell (among the worst reputed of…

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    Deutsche Bank Settles Lawsuit For Price Rigging, Turns “State’s Evidence” On Other Banks

    Prior to last week, Deutsche Bank made headlines for a string of huge losses and massive exposure to risky derivatives. The last time the firm’s shares traded at prices this low, the world was in the midst of 2008’s financial apocalypse. Deutsche Bank didn’t need more bad news, but a group of investors who brought suit against the massive German…

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    Do you know about NESARA? I bet you DON’T, but it’s about time you DO!

    N.E.S.A.R.A is the National Economic Security and Reformation Act. It was to be announced the morning of September 11th, 2001. Yes, this is true. Have I got your attention now? Fact: Your Congressman knows about N.E.S.A.R.A., “and” your Senator knows about N.E.S.A.R.A. Don’t believe me? Please call or email them and see if they will respond? I guarantee you they…

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