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    • OCTOBER 18, 2021
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    Specter of rising interest rates helps Sunak push for tougher spending scrutiny

    British Chancellor Rishi Sunak believes the specter of an interest rate hike has strengthened arguments for limiting public spending as he begins the latest haggling over three-year budgets with government departments. Whitehall. Andrew Bailey, Governor of the Bank of England, warned on Sunday that interest rate hikes were underway, which Sunak’s allies see as justification

    • OCTOBER 17, 2021
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    In a world of paltry 0.06% interest rates, these income stocks earn up to 10.2%

    In a world of paltry 0.06% interest rates, these income stocks earn up to 10.2% Earning healthy passive income is not easy these days. Despite fears about rates and inflation all over the news, the national average interest rate on savings accounts remains at a meager 0.06%. And thanks to the massive bull run over

    • OCTOBER 16, 2021
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    US banks make divergent bets on interest rate direction

    America’s biggest banks are pursuing radically different strategies to deploy their trillions of dollars of deposits in government debt markets, highlighting the debate on Wall Street over the direction of interest rates. On the one hand is Bank of America, the second-largest US lender by assets, which helped boost revenue in the third quarter by

    • OCTOBER 15, 2021
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    If RBC CEO Is Right About Looming Spending Frenzy, Interest Rates Will Rise Sooner Than Expected

    Breadcrumb Links New PF Finances PF Economy Banking Kevin Carmichael: David McKay’s comments complicate Bank of Canada’s ability to control narrative Author of the article: Kevin carmichael Release date : October 15, 2021 • 6 hours ago • 4 minutes to read • 8 comments Royal Bank of Canada CEO David McKay speaks in Toronto

    • OCTOBER 15, 2021
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    Commonwealth Bank and ING change mortgage interest rates

    Borrowers are poised for an interest rate reshuffle today, as two banks have decided to cut variable rates on home loans for new customers while increasing some fixed rates. One of Australia’s biggest banks and ING are changing mortgage rates. Image Title: Vitalii Taïrov. Commonwealth Bank home loan is changing On Friday, for the first

    • OCTOBER 14, 2021
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    Central Bank maintains key interest rates at current levels – adaderana biz english

    The Monetary Board of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, at its meeting on October 13, 2021, decided to maintain the Permanent Deposit Facility (SDFR) rate and the Permanent Loan Facility (SLFR) rate of the Bank. central at their current levels of 5.00 percent and 6.00 percent, respectively. The Council arrived at this decision after

    • OCTOBER 12, 2021
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    The Best Interest Rates for Home and Personal Loans in October

    At Lifehacker, we independently select and write things that we love and think you will like, too. We have affiliate and advertising partnerships, which means we may collect a share of the sales or other compensation from the links on this page. BTW – prices accurate and items in stock at time of posting. The

    • OCTOBER 12, 2021
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    Rising Interest Rates: What Has Changed?

    Less than a year ago, the government’s 364-day T-bill was close to 1%. You could say the funds were cheap back then, and they really were. While the low interest rate can be attributed to the Central Bank of Nigeria’s approach to revive the economy and mitigate the impact of COVID-19, the question is, what

    • OCTOBER 10, 2021
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    Higher interest rates will finally lower house prices

    Then last week at the Conservative Party conference came the revelation that the government is abandoning much of its planning system reform agenda. Apparently there will be no construction on virgin land. The announcement was clearly intended to appease the anger of former Conservative voters in green ridings. This may be a good policy –

    • OCTOBER 9, 2021
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    Ex-Chancellor Lamont warns about inflation and calls for interest rate hikes

    A former Tory chancellor added his voice to those warning of the risks of inflation by calling for an interest rate hike to tackle the problem. Lord Lamont also said on Saturday that the government’s policy of calling for an increase in wages could further spur inflation if the boost was not accompanied by an