Market Economy

Facts about Personal Loans

Personal Loans

In life, you can never predict what will happen next. You may lose the things you have today. You may be encountering problems such as running out of budget for your daily expenses, paying for your bills and debts and even paying and spending for your child’s school needs. You might have an emergency need for money because of an unexpected incident. You can avail a personal loan to meet all of t...

Advantages of Getting Student Loans

Advantages of Getting Student Loans

Loans are conventional way of financing important matters. It also became the most easy and convenient method of financing small or large business. The institutions that provide this kind of business financing services is the bank, but there are other banks also that do not offer the same services such as those banks that are financed by the governments. Today getting loans are not only for busine...

Mexico President Signs Energy Law

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Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has signed a law that allows foreign companies to drill for oil for the first time since the sector was nationalised in 1938. The legislation was passed by Congress on 13 December and ratified by a majority of Mexican states. President Pena Nieto says the reform will help Mexico attract the investment needed to boost its falling oil output. The oppositio...

Merkel Confirmed for New Term

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Angela Merkel has been confirmed as German chancellor for a third term, at the head of a grand coalition, by a vote in parliament. Her centre-right CDU/CSU bloc fell short of an overall majority in September’s polls and will share power with the Social Democrats (SDP). Merkel received 462 votes out of 621 in the Bundestag (parliament) on Tuesday. The SPD’s membership voted on Sunday to back...

Portugal Passes Bailout Inspection

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Portugal has moved a step closer to exiting its bailout program after the international lenders that saved the country from bankruptcy approved a review of the economy six months early. The European Union and International Monetary Fund have been monitoring the country’s economic reforms, a condition of the 2011 78bn-euro (£66bn) bailout. Portugal hopes to leave the bailout agreement in the...