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Low interest rates’ a double whammy for some. March 27, 2012 by AK71 Central banks in many large economies around the world are keeping interest rates really low, near zero in countries like the USA and Japan, in fact. Low interest rates are seen as the way to encourage economic growth by making borrowings cheaper. To revive their sickly economies, the relevant countries’ low interest rates could be instrumental. However, [...] 0 comments in Categories: Market Review and Trends , Personal Finance Read more → Sweeping changes to the financial industry is coming… March 27, 2012 by Wilfred Ling Yesterday, the Managing Director of Monetary Authority of Singapore announced possible sweeping changes to the financial industry at the anniversary gala dinner hosted by the Life Insurance Association. It was also reported by the Straits Times Financial advisory sector faces shake-up ...

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