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BREAKING: IMF cuts global growth forecasts and warns of weakness in Eurozone

Outlooks are down again for the third time this year

Under-performing investments?

Charges are the hidden enemy, warns Richard Alexander

Unionist victory in Scotland leaves sterling at two-year high against euro

Sterling also at two-week high against the dollar

Tax: don’t panic

Tax adviser Alex Browne takes a calmer look at changes to UK tax allowances for expats

Big thumbs up from Germany

By columnist Mark Rickard

ECB cuts rates causing euro to weaken dramatically

The changes are aimed at forcing banks to lend

Are you an ‘orphan policyholder’?

If you have a pension, investment or life insurance product arranged by an adviser who no longer works for you, or has gone out of business, read on, writes Richard Alexander

Summer days drifting away

Finance expert Mark Rickard of HiFX on the thorn in the Bank of England's side

Underinsurance and how to avoid it…

Insurance doctor Danni Worth, of Op de Beeck & Worth, explains how to avoid leaving yourself out of pocket

Foreign investors flock to Spain as market looks set to take off

Global bargain hunters are flooding the Spanish real estate market

UK Budget pension reforms – third and final part!

Columnist Richard Alexander finishes his trilogy on what the UK Budget means for expats

Spanish bank borrowing down for 17th month

Less than half of all time high 411 billion euros borrowed from ECB in January

Financial education should be put on the curriculum

Entrepreneurs should be celebrated, according to a college professional

Annuity – time to buy?

What is an annuity and how does it work? Richard Alexander looks at the ins and outs of annuities

Bill Gates’ Spanish investment

World's richest man places bet on Spanish construction company

Retail heavyweight makes €165 million Spanish investment

Lakeside and Trafford Centre owner takes steps into Spanish retail market

Santander bet on El Corte Ingles

The country's biggest bank by assets will buy 51% of the consumer finance division of the world's third-largest department by sales

Small business boost in Spain

Interest charges on loans are lowest for two years

EU rejects ‘Cyprus solution’ in Spain

EU denies that savers could see accounts raided to save the euro

Scaremongering tactics and the facts

Antonio Flores uncovers the truth behind some of the rumours surrounding non-resident tax issues

Advice for foreign residents in Frigiliana

A seminar has been organised in Frigiliana to offer financial and taxation advice

If it sounds too good to be true…

Financial adviser Richard Alexander looks at the risks of 'guaranteed' returns

Calm before the storm

In his monthly column, Keith Spitalnick looks at some of the ways expats can protect their pensions against fluctuations in the value of sterling and the euro

Spain’s biggest battle since Franco

Analysis by James Bryce

Spain cuts budget by 27 billion euros

Tax amnesty among a raft of measures announced by Spanish government in a bid to meet tough deficit target

New deficit target for Spain

Spanish Government ordered to make 'additional effort' to cut deficit for 2012




OLIVE PRESS OPINION: It should be a basic no-brainer to run reliable buses up and down the coast

IT simply beggars belief the state of public transport along the Costa del Sol. Buses that don’t run on time, drivers who don’t wait at...


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