22nd January 2015
Calculated and published every working day, it indicates the typical interest rate that European banks are asking for their lending on the interbank market for maturities ranging from 1 week to 1 year.
20th January 2015
If you live in Europe or have savings, loans or a mortgage denominated in euros, Euribor most likely affects your life, or at least your personal finances.
19th January 2015
For people who don't work in banks, Euribor can easily be confused with some other financial terms and rates. This article looks at the most common ones.
4th January 2015
This is probably the most frequently asked question when it comes to offshore companies. The answer is very simple: There is no perfect, one-size-fits-all offshore company location.
18th December 2014
Perhaps this time you feel like it would be nice to spend a little less and have more money left for something more meaningful – something that will not be forgotten by the middle of January.
8th December 2014
Christmas is supposed to be the time of peace, getting together and taking a step back from the daily stress. For many of us, the last days and weeks before Christmas are a complete opposite.
16th November 2014
Gold has reached low pricing levels last seen four years ago, and most analysts agree that they will continue to fall further. Some even predict that the price will drop below $1,000 per ounce.
6th October 2014
With the new college year around the corner, students will be enjoying their first taste of independence over the next few weeks. Here are our financial tips for college students.
Whether it is a sparkling new LED TV or a designer handbag, we all like to indulge once in a while - usually with a credit card. Here are six common mistakes to avoid while using credit cards.
1st December 2011
World central banks have came to the rescue yesterday with an announcement of "coordinated action" to help economy.
23rd November 2011
There's a lot of talk about government debt-to-GDP ratios lately. Greece's government debt stands at 160 percent of GDP. Japan has a debt-to-GDP ratio of over 200 percent.
24th October 2011
It seems the U.S. has turned the corner in terms of bank failures. However, Europe is likely to see a spike over the coming weeks once banks are forced to write-down loses on Greek bonds.
5th October 2011
It seems that the banks are in trouble again. We take a closer look at the current situation. Here are a couple of interesting charts taken from Bespoke: Trouble in Financial Land.