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STEVE KEEN ON HOUSEHOLD DEBT AND INTEREST RATES

June 20th, 2011 No comments

Steve Keen (Assoc. Prof Economics & Finance @ Uni Western Sydney) discusses seductiveness rates as well as domicile debt with Kerry O’Brien on ABC Australia’s 7:30 Report, 7th November 2007.
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Beware a commercials. Attorney Michael Mack, a CREDITman, warns consumers about debt allotment companies. See some-more at www.thecreditman.com.
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EURO-SOCIALISTS CALL FOR LOWER EU LOAN RATES

March 5th, 2011 No comments

Euro-socialists call for reduce EU loan rates
Europe’s socialists pronounced a EU contingency accede to reduce seductiveness rates to debt-rescued Greece as well as Ireland as well as emanate a “robust” puncture loan resource at arriving summits this month. “The …

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NEW DEBT CONSOLIDATION LOANS ELIMINATE HIGH INTEREST RATES AND CURB CONSUMER STRESS

February 16th, 2011 No comments

Specialist debt consolidation loans provider http://www.loansconsolidation.org.uk launches a operation of brand new consolidation products to assistance fight taking flight seductiveness rate as well as consumer stress

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STOCKS DOWN AMID UNCHANGED UK RATES, DEBT JITTERS

February 11th, 2011 No comments

Stocks traded reduce Thursday after Wall Street’s brand new convene ran out of steam as well as a Bank of England kept seductiveness rates on hold. The euro, meanwhile, was jarred by renewed jitters in Europe’s debt markets, where Portugal’s borrowing costs peaked to a brand new euro-era high.

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DEFAULT RATES CLIMB FOR STUDENT LOANS: WHO PAYS?

January 27th, 2011 No comments

Default Rates Climb for Student Loans: Who Pays?
The price of preparation in a nation continues to climb, as well as tyro debt has followed suit, with an estimated $880 billion value of sovereign tyro loans out in 2011. But who pays when students default on these loans?

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