Financial

How Brexit Will Impact Global Economies

19th September 2016

Although it has been a number of weeks since Britain chose to exit the European Union, its true impact has yet to be felt. Yes, there were some initial dramatics as investors lost confidence, but these soon stabilised, and although levels may not have entirely recovered, the impact of Brexit today is less marked than…

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Investors At XTrade Europe and Investment Forecast

23rd August 2016

Online XTrade Europe investors look pretty much relaxed these days, which is strange, especially when we know the situation on the global market. The fact is that risks grow every single day, but it seems nobody cares about it. Maybe it is all because of relatively steady values of risks indexes (City index and Barclay…

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Risks in Logbook Loans and Proposed Solutions

8th August 2016

Every now and then, people are confronted by problems that need an urgent solution. One of which (and the most common) revolves around money or finances. If you have savings, you can use it to solve your financial problem. However, if you have nothing, you can borrow from a friend. When you’re in need of…

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Streamline Your Business: Key Areas to Focus On

2nd August 2016

In order to be as efficient as possible, every business needs to review and improve its working processes in a number of different areas, at least once a year. It could be that you need to cut back costs, or simply want to improve performance in the most cost-effective manner, but assessing where improvements can…

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Online Trading Tips & Guidelines For Newbie Traders

5th July 2016

Online trading is regarded as one of the most popular modes of trading securities and stocks following the birth of online trading. Ease of use, speed, and quick access to information on a worldwide scale is what pave a way to the popularity of online trading. Going for the right choices following the most valuable…

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The Power of Social Media – Using Twitter when trading stocks and shares

6th June 2016

Investing in stocks and shares was once the privilege of the wealthy, money went to money and it was like for many years until the internet arrived and trading online opened up the stock market to ordinary people and gave them the opportunity to make their fortunes, or as in most cases just a better…

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3 innovative ways to raise cash for your business – without asking the bank

1st July 2015

Great ideas alone are never sufficient when it comes to getting a new business off the ground. You will need to draw up a budget, raise capital and have some money in reserve for stock or unforeseen emergencies. Here are three ideas for accessing cash. Logbook Loans Sometimes the bank just doesn’t make a decision…

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Business Forecasting Methods to grow your Business

19th June 2015

Business forecasting is essential for making business plans, so that your management can make informed decisions regarding the company’s future, to ensure that you have sustainability. It gives you a better understanding of the market and current climate, so that you can adjust your products, services and sales accordingly to stay ahead or to keep…

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The True Cost of Unused Software in Business.

28th April 2015

Anyone who has a business knows and understands the costs that come with it, so why are so many businesses spending money on software that is hardly or never used? The below infographic shows just how much unused software is costing businesses across the UK and US. Provided by 1E

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Where you should be investing your hard-earned salary

17th February 2015

Money doesn’t grow on trees, which is why it’s important to look after your earnings. While saving is one option – via a traditional savings account or (preferably) a tax-free cash ISA – you might also decide investing is an option you want to consider. By investing your money can go up as well as…

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