Why Americans are the World's Most Terrible Savers

  Americans don't conserve highly contrasted with a few different nations, as indicated by the monthly Global finance Magazine, however those in the U.S. aren't the most noticeably awful savers the magazine followed. Global finance looked at 25 nations that are associates of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, or OECD, an affiliation that built after World War II. (But since the magazine needed to keep the correlation concise and constrained to 25 nations, not all the OECD nations are incorporated.)

Date of publication: Wed, Jul 20 2016 07:28 GMT+4 Read more
6 Countries to Visit with a Solid Dollar in 2016

  The US Dollar Record has been entirely unstable since the start of 2015; nonetheless, in the course of five recent years, its ascent has been uncommon. Due to these huge additions, the estimation of the dollar has expanded significantly against other world monetary standards. That sets 2016 aside a few minutes to travel and see different parts of the world.

Date of publication: Tue, Jun 21 2016 07:26 GMT+4 Read more
The Down Trend In the U.S. Stock Market Is Still There

  The week is tough for The U.S. stock market as this period has been one of the most depressed in form of corporate earnings. Investors are not ready to look at market though Federal Reserve is trying its best as investors has forsaken $44 billion worth of stocks for the past five weeks. Still the analysts have hope in the market. 

Date of publication: Mon, Jun 20 2016 07:47 GMT+4 Read more
Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) New Strategies

  The Federal government supported housing mortgage finance kings Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and the all other players in the financial sector especially in the housing finance have never taken any steps to overcome the 2008 housing finance crisis. The Federal Housing finance agencies to which Fannie and Freddie are attached have plans to reduce the principal credit balance the families owe to these corporate. 

Date of publication: Wed, Jun 08 2016 09:16 GMT+4 Read more
$176 Million Has Been Spent on Wages by the American Government Recovering Unpaid Student Loans

  The American Government has launched various programs to facilitate their students to repay the educational loans, but still the students are finding it difficult is struggling hard to make their payment. More than $ 176 million has been garnished from the wages by the agencies employed to recover the unpaid loans from the students in a short period in the year 2015. The government is finding it difficult to manage this situation is finding new ways to recover the unpaid loans. 

Date of publication: Mon, Jun 06 2016 10:08 GMT+4 Read more
Apple Is All Set to Launch New Versions: iPhone SE, iPad Pro 9.7” and Lower Price Of the Watch

  Apple is all set to take up take up FBI in the court in the iPhone encryption case. Mr. Tim Cook said the company has the responsibility to protect the data and we are prepared for anything and we are not just fighting with FBI for the sake of the Phone.

Date of publication: Fri, Apr 29 2016 13:42 GMT+4 Read more
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