Swiss central bank warns of possible correction

Vice-Chairman of the Swiss National Bank Fritz Zurbruegg (Getty) The Swiss national bank has warned of a correction in the country’s real estate market as house prices continue to rise. Schweizerische Nationalbank vice chairman Fritz Zurbruegg said in a speech Tuesday that new mortgage borrowers may not be able to …

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Eurobank in talks to concede merchant acquiring business

Eurobank, one of Greece’s four largest lenders, is in talks with Italy’s Nexi and French payments firm Worldline to sell its merchant acquiring business, banking sources told Reuters on Friday. “Discussions are at an advanced stage,” one of the bankers said, declining to be named. “It has received firm offers.” …

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Personal Loan Market Next Big Thing Major Giants

Personal loan market Global Personal Loan Market Research Report with Opportunities and Strategies to Drive Growth – COVID-19 Impact and Recovery is the latest research study published by HTF MI assessing the risk analysis of the market, highlighting the opportunities and exploited with support for strategic and tactical decision-making. The …

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Richest Students Receive Most Government Funding – Study

DENMARK The DEA think tank released a report this month showing that students from affluent families receive most of the benefits of Denmark’s generous student funding program, rather than young people from low-income groups. Although student funding has contributed to equality and social mobility, barriers remain for the poor. The …

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Benny Kaergaard Sorensen | Obituary

Benny Kaergaard Sorensen, 77, passed away peacefully at his home in Foster City, Calif. On July 20, 2021, surrounded by his loving family and with his beloved pug Zoey by his side. He was married for 48 years to his wife and constant travel companion, Mary Ann Sorensen, and leaves …

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