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1 week ago

What’s News: Business & Finance

November 28, 2016

Global oil producers are preparing for the prospect of a decline in demand by diversifying into petrochemicals, gas and alternative energy.

Online spending during Thanksgiving weekend grew at the expense of store spending for a second year in a row.

The U.S. became a net exporter of gas this month, evidence of how the domestic energy boom is reshaping the global business.

United Technologies has held talks with Trump representatives about plans by its Carrier unit to outsource jobs to Mexico.

Companies in Germany, Europes top exporter, are assessing the impact of Trumps win on trade after a protectionist campaign.

Huawei faces hurdles to selling its smartphones in the U.S. due to security concerns over the Chinese firms networking gear.

U.S. bank stocks have surged on prospects for an end to the low-rate era, which has cost lenders an estimated $250 billion.

Disneys Moana took in some $81.1 million at the Thanksgiving box office, the second-best opening ever for the holiday weekend.

AT&T unveils its DirecTV Now streaming-video service Monday, offering over $100 live TV channels.

The WTO is poised to rule that Boeing has been granted illegal state subsidies of its new 777X jet.

5 months ago

CBA staff pressured to push products, says Finance Sector Union - The Sydney Morning Herald

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Commonwealth Bankstaff have raised concerns that performance targets are pushing employees to sell financial products that are not in customers' interests, a Finance Sector Union report says.

As the banking industryconducts its own review of conflicted payments for staff, the union representing bank workers is pressing its case for an overhaul of pay structures, by highlighting p

8 months ago

Frerichs Takes On Insurance Companies that Do Not Pay Death Benefits - Chicago Defender

Insurance Industry Offers Weaker Version to Mollify Critic

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House Passes Consumer Protection Legislation on Life Insurance Policies.

SPRINGFIELD Families will no longer be victimized by life insurance companies that refuse to pay death benefits, Illinois Treasurer Michael Frerichs said today. His remarks came after the Illinois House passed a measure pushed by Frerichs that requires insure

1 year ago

Avoid Money Trouble With These Personal Finance Tips

Dealing with personal finance is a skill that every adult must learn. Many people never learn the right way to handle their money, having learned the skill from their parents, who also learned from their parents,. That is the problem. Here are some solid suggestions for handling personal finances well.

Do your shopping relatively quickly if you are searching for a mortgage or auto loan. Unlike with other types of credit (e.g. credit cards), a number of inquiries within a short period of time for the purpose of securing a mortgage or auto loan won't hurt your score very much.

Set up internet banking and online bill pay. Having your accounts and your bills online is a quick and

1 year ago

Personal Finances And Getting Yours Under Control

Our personal finances make up who we determine and are the life we live. Your finances are not something that should be taken lightly. You will be able to develop your own personal finance strategy, achieve your personal finance goals, and become more effective with your money, by following these valuable tips.

You should know that there is a statute of limitations for collecting on debts if some of your debts are in collection. To find out what the statue of limitations for old debt in your state is before paying any money on old debt.

Shop around before committing to a specific lender for financing. Talk to several loan officers, and always get terms on paper. You can also