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  1. Saver Scence Finance, best deals on Credit Cards, Savings and Cash ISAs.

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    Gav
    , 20th October 2012 at 05:05 PM (Money Savings & Finance Blog)
    Hi all,
    I've changed how the finance parts of this website works, the best deals on credit cards, savings and tax free cash Individual Savings Accounts, as the system I've been using was a bit confusing and is now easier to update, the new section for the finance is here: http://www.saverscene.co.uk/ - this has the new main pages for the finance sections to find the highest interest rates for savings and ISAs as well as the best credit cards; low APR, longest interest free period for balance ...
  2. Is the UK going backwards again? - Banks Pledge Support for new funding scheme.

    by , 15th June 2012 at 04:41 PM
    I don't know if you've been reading: Shares jump as banks pledge support for new funding scheme - Business News - Business - The Independent but I have been following this idea closely. The 2007 crash was due to cheap mortgages, cheap borrowing and cheap money, so the way to dig the country out of this is: The coordinated action by the Bank of England and Treasury will see an estimated 80 billion offered to banks on condition they pass it on to businesses and households in the form of cheaper ...
  3. Essential Travel Competition: Use Your Head Campaign

    by , 25th November 2011 at 08:00 AM
    Essential Travel is holding a competition run in conjunction with the recent Use Your Head campaign that promotes safety amongst skiers and snowboarders. You can find the competition here:

    Use Your Head 2011 Campaign - Win Private Lessons at the Snow Centre
  4. What Is The Impact Of Greek's Referendum On The Global Economy?

    by , 2nd November 2011 at 11:27 PM
    The Greek referendum is coming up and people are expecting the bailout to be voted down. What will that do to the global economy as a whole. What about the Euro-zone? Do you think this will create a precedent for other Euro-zone members that are also in trouble?

    My opinion---Greek is not a big Euro-zone market. However, the bailout getting voted down by Greece will definitely show how fragile and weak the Euro economy can become. It will hit the stock market hard in the near term. ...

    Updated 9th November 2011 at 04:44 AM by realestatehowto

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  5. Sony Discount Voucher 5% to 20% on laptop, cameras, tv, other stuff

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