Finance articles published in November 2012

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  1. November 30, 2012

    When Considering Alternative Investments, All That Glitters Is Not Gold
    Despite gold's popularity these days, it is worth considering the downsides of investing in this asset
  2. November 25, 2012

    Are Dirty Bills Costing You Money?
    Studies indicate that people spend less and are treated better when they use new money.
  3. November 22, 2012

    Bank of England Minutes Suggest Additional Easing Unlikely
    Bank of England Minutes Suggest Additional Easing Unlikely For Now.
  4. November 20, 2012

    Deferred Interest Plans Poised to Increase Cost of Holiday Financing 2,700%
    The dangers of deferred interest.
  5. November 18, 2012

    CFTC Data Shows Futures Speculators Buying Into Recent Dollar Strength
    The latest "Commodity Futures Trading Commission" data shows large speculators, including hedge funds and the like were net long the dollar.
  6. November 16, 2012

    FHA May Soon Need Taxpayer Assistance
    It appears sometime soon our FHA agency will need to bum a few hundred billion off taxpayers.
  7. November 15, 2012

    Japanese Election Expectations - Yen Weaker Versus Currency Counterparts
    The Japanese yen was broadly weaker after the Japanese PM advised he may be ready to hold a snap election.
  8. November 13, 2012

    Finance Chiefs Meet To Discuss Greek Aid, Bailout Extension
    Reports show a draft document to be shown to policy makers makes a recommendation that Athens be allowed two-years to hit budget targets.
  9. November 9, 2012

    Gold Heading for First Weekly Basis Gain After Five Week Decline
    The price of gold has seen a continuation of the recent upside momentum following the re-election of President Obama.
  10. November 8, 2012

    Bank of England Holds Off From Additional Monetary Stimulus Measures
    The Bank of England's MPC (Monetary Policy Committee) has decided it will not be extending its QE (Quantitative Easing) program
  11. November 7, 2012

    Markets Focus On Fiscal Cliff After Obama Election Win
    Financial markets suffered significant losses on Wednesday after President Obama defeated Mitt Romney.
  12. November 3, 2012

    US Dollar Rallies After Strong NFP Employment Data
    Employers in the US added more workers to payrolls than many analysts had forecast in October.