Archive | June, 2012
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Generali Online Reviews

If you already invest in or are considering investing in a Generali International Vision product, you may have come across some online reviews. It is fair to say that these reviews are far from positive. However, they do not necessarily mean that it is a bad product. They simply mean that it is a bad […]

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Traded Life Policy Investment (TLPI)

Suspended Life Settlements Fund Outlines Options for Investors

The EEA Life Settlements Fund, which was forced to suspend trading in the aftermath of the Financial Services Authority’s  branding of traded-life policies as “toxic”, has outlined the three options that it is preparing to offer investors when it finally reopens. The board of the fund has yet specify a date for re-opening, but has […]

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Financial Market Update for UK expats. Education. Retirement. QROPS. Zurich Vista

Weekly Market Review – Still in a holé

Weekly Market Review for Week Ending 8th of June 2012 So Spain has its bailout. This may have cheered markets – at least in the short-term – but there are a number of worrying aspects to the sequence of events that has ended up with the Spanish government requesting €100bn (£81bn) from its European partners. […]

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What is an Exchange Traded Fund?

An Exchange traded fund (ETF) is a fund that is designed to track the performance of a specific market or index as closely as possible, nothing more, nothing less.They have been available in the US since 1993 and in Europe since 1999. ETFs allow investors to diversify over a wide range of markets, geographic sectors […]

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Weekly Market Review - Nearing the Apex

Weekly Market Review – Nearing the Apex

Weekly Market Review for Week Ending 1st of June 2012 It was rumoured the prospect of a bank holiday might finally see the end of Greece’s participation in the eurozone. The theory ran that it would be an ideal time to ‘bury’ the bad news of a Greek exit while giving participants in London markets […]

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Lloyds TSB International to Scrap Fees on International Money Transfers

Lloyds TSB International has announced that, with immediate effect, it will stop charging its expatriate clients a fee to their transfer money internationally. Holders of the bank’s Premier international Account will now no longer be charged a transfer fee to move currency to any overseas bank account, whether it involves a currency exchange or not, […]

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