Category Finance

Green Rubber Global, An Economy Saviour

Category: BusinessFinance

With the depressed global price of oil, countries around the world including Malaysia, is seeing its currency depreciate against the US dollar. Prices of essential goods and services have gone up, and the people are naturally feeling the pinch.

In fact, for possibly the first time in Malaysian history, favourites such as a cup of teh tarik or kopi tarik which sells from RM1.80 to RM2...

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Choosing the Right Debit Card for Students

Category: BusinessFinance

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The financial services industry offers students multiple options when it comes to getting actively engaged with their finances. Students will typically be offered multiple credit line offers before they get into their freshman year but it is important to consider weighing all options when you first become a student...

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Types of Loans Available in Singapore

Category: BusinessFinance

Over the last four decades, the economy of Singapore has grown from strength to strength. The country has moved from being a third world country to a second world economy. The poverty index has greatly come down; productivity has multiplied and so has the GDP of the country. This automatically has raised the par capita and consequently the standards of living of the people of Singapore.

Growth and...

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Private Equity for Small Companies

Category: BusinessFinanceStartup Business

Over 2 million new businesses open their doors in the United States each year and many use private equity to help finance their start up costs. Two major types of private equity used for financing new business start up costs are angel investors and venture capital firms. Venture capital firms invest in between 500 and 800 businesses of the 2 million that open each year...

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Venture Capital and Private Equity

Category: BusinessFinance

Venture capital and private equity are sub-sequential terms that often become confused in definition. Private equity is the term concept for equity investments not open for public trade. Essentially, private equities invest for partial ownership in privately owned companies or private securities of public companies with intention of significantly increasing profit...

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Benefits of Foreigner Personal Loans

Category: Finance

Foreigner personal loans are loans available to those living and working in a foreign country. As emergencies or money issues arise in everyday life many turn to family or friends to lend money, however, when living in a foreign country those resources may not be readily available. Loans are then a logical option, but as a foreigner it may difficult to navigate the banking systems. For example, Si...

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