Daily Mail - Money
2 minutes
Civilised Bank has become the latest challenger to be given a licence and has ambitious plans to have local bankers in every major town and city in Britain by 2023.
BBC Radio Ulster
9 minutes
you'll be well aware of the reports on at the one line of enquiry it seems that the police are following it is that Colin Horner the victim of the shooting and was a friend of all day did the loyalist Geordie Gilmore who had been murdered in Carrickfergus earlier this year as part of a loyalist feud it is that something you're hearing about Exeter I go out today and I wish I was very obvious line of enquiry that does proved to be reinforced you have with this country are baguettes healthy in many parts of Northern Ireland we have problems in banking terms of some of the sector has been a very difficult situation.
The Sun Daily - Sport
an hour
BBC Radio Ulster
an hour
car part exchange rate in the middle of Bangor and have you been speaking to any of the people who were in the car park around the shops at the time the shade and data officer police forensics I still ongoing and then it's booked it to somebody but I just cannot believe it just type of thing still happen for community banking a banana in a car park is a car part of my family involved on a busy Sunday afternoon something meet up with positive but sadly on occasions is still with us and what were they saying to you born in terms of giving you a sensible of this scene that that you know who was on folding at around 3 o'clock you do with panic and people destroy all but what you hearing.
The Sun Daily
5 hours
The Sun Daily
5 hours
The study examined data from more than one billion malware detections/incidences, covered more than 100 million devices in over 200 countries, in both corporate and consumer environments. Malware is a software that is intended to damage or disable computers and computer systems. Malware covered in the study include banking trojans, ransomware, botnets, ad fraud, adware, and android malware. Commenting on the recent global WannaCry ransomware attack that was reported to affect more than 12 computers in the country, Hurmuses said the problem may be much worse than what has been reported, due to lack of cybersecurity awareness. “What we want to do is to educate people what the threats are and how to protect themselves, so that we can help people to be less vulnerable to these types of activities,” he said.
BBC News 24
9 hours
at The Independent. He has told us that he's interested in politics, so I'm quite relieved. And Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser at Arbuthnot Banking Group. And I hope she's interested in economics as well. So the front pages, starting with The Financial Times leads on the IT chaos causing misery for BA customers and carries a photo of a rather happier looking German Chancellor at a campaign event. The Mail also leads with BA
Sky News
10 hours
phone, you take that as a responsible driver as something of a given, but really, doing Internet banking? How can you concentrate, one hand on the wheel and one doing Internet banking and looking for other motorists?.
Sky News
10 hours
According to this report, one driver was caught doing his Internet banking on the M5. Another was driving ten children in a minibus. Anyone who drives, you know not to use your mobile.
South China Morning Post
18 hours
The Iran Project
20 hours
The Economic Times
21 hours
The Iran Project
21 hours
The Event Chronicle
a day
We have the 12 strands on the etheric plane. After The Event, things will go fast and the DNA will activate. * * * (pfc0516)LynnWhat is the purpose of the Cintamani at the time of the Event? COBRACintamani, each cintimani stone will serve as a lens, as a focal lens for the energies of the compression breakthrough. So when the energy pulse hits the planet that energy will be need to be conducted through a certain conductor or should I say energy super conductor. Cintamani stones will be energy super conductors at the time of the event. As this energy network is being quite complete to a certain degree, those energies will be able to flow through the planetary surface quite harmoniously. (pfc0516) * * * (CK0316) CARY: Q. So do you Cobra and the Resistance Movement have a plan how to repurpose the banking system & military industrial complex to something that serves the people, or how will that change take place? COBRA : Oh yes of course there’s a plan, I have spoken about it many times.
The Sun Daily
a day
KUALA LUMPUR: The merger of Islamic banking units in Malaysia is crucial as the market is becoming overcrowded with the players hungry for growth, outgoing BIMB Holdings Bhd Group Chief Executive Officer Datuk Seri Zukri Samat (pix) proposed. He said the creation of a couple of mega Islamic banks could rival not only other Islamic banks in the country, but also the 'big boys' from the conventional side such as Maybank and CIMB. On a larger scale, mega Islamic banks will have huge potential to spread their wings off the Malaysian shores into Indonesia, Cambodia and Singapore to become a regional champion, he said. "All together, we have 16 banks offering Islamic financial products. For a small country like Malaysia, it's a bit overcrowded. So long as we are small and fragmented, it is difficult to grow. "Probably there could be some form of merger among Islamic banks, just like the conventional banks did during the 1997 financial crisis.
The Economic Times
a day
NAGPUR: Banking on the shared mobility space after launch of India's maiden electric vehicle project in Nagpur, automobile giant Mahindra & Mahindra is eyeing a capacity of 5,000 e-vehicles a month by 2019 which will be expanded further. On May 26, Nagpur earned the distinction of becoming the country's first city with a fleet of 200 electric vehicles, including taxis, buses, e-rickshaw and autos. "So far Mahindra & Mahindra has been looking more at personal segment but the usage there will not be as much as it will be in shared mobility. Shared mobility space has become very viable...suddenly, there will be a huge demand pull that will happen for the electric vehicles," Mahindra & Mahindra Managing Director Pawan Goenka told PTI. Goenka said that as of now, the company has a capacity of producing 400 electric vehicles a month which would be ramped up to 5,000 a month in two years.
Daily Mail - Moneysaving
a day
Known for environmentally friendly investing, the bank has been in the UK for over 20 years. But this will be its first move into day-to-day banking. Hannah Gilbert likes 'eco' investments.
The Economic Times
a day
Early this week, when India’s largest mobile wallet player Paytm morphed into a payments bank — the third one to roll out operations since the RBI granted licences to 11 entities way back in 2015 — it was a momentous occasion for founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma, who recently raised $1.4 billion from Softbank and counts China’s Alibaba among its major investors. "RBI has given us an opportunity to create a new kind of banking model in the world," Vijay Shekhar Sharma, chairman of Paytm Payments Bank, said in a media release. Customer deposits, he added, will be safely invested in government bonds, and be used for nation building. "None of our deposits will be converted into risky assets." Paytm Payments Bank, which claims to be India’s first bank with zero fee on online transactions, will have no minimum balance, will issue a free virtual debit card, will keep every online transaction (such as IMPS, NEFT, UPI) free, and will make services like cheque book, demand draft and debit card available at a nominal fee.
The Economic Times
a day
Stacking up India against Singapore is like comparing apples and oranges. Singapore is a small city state, a global financial and trading hub, with a nearly $300 billion economy, 5.6 million population, $51,431 per capita income and a workforce of over 3.6 million. India is a nation with 1.3 billion people, over $2.5 trillion economy, an over 470 million-strong workforce and $1,850 per capita income. Yet, at a time when India is staring at a looming job crisis, it might want to look at Singapore for some direction. India faces problems at two ends of the job market. Not enough decent wage jobs are being created for 12 million new workers (mostly unskilled and illiterate) that join the workforce annually. Also, a growing number of educated, skilled workers find their skills dated as technology and automation roil the job market in a range of industries from banking to information technology.
The Economic Times
2 days
Stacking up India against Singapore is like comparing apples and oranges. Singapore is a small city state, a global financial and trading hub, with a nearly $300 billion economy, 5.6 million population, $51,431 per capita income and a workforce of over 3.6 million. India is a nation with 1.3 billion people, over $2.5 trillion economy, an over 470 million-strong workforce and $1,850 per capita income. Yet, at a time when India is staring at a looming job crisis, it might want to look at Singapore for some direction. India faces problems at two ends of the job market. Not enough decent wage jobs are being created for 12 million new workers (mostly unskilled and illiterate) that join the workforce annually. Also, a growing number of educated, skilled workers find their skills dated as technology and automation roil the job market in a range of industries from banking to information technology.
Bleacher Report
2 days
" The scouting report cautions against suggesting Ntilikina is as good as his fellow top American point prospects right now, but that's still not reason enough to keep him out of the top 10 in the mock above. There, the Knicks pull the trigger at No. 8, banking on the extreme upside and pass-first ways of Ntilikina as opposed to someone such as Dennis Smith Jr. out of NC State. Inflated, stock-market altering position or not, the Knicks want a pass-first point after dealing with Derrick Rose a season ago. Donovan Mitchell It doesn't seem like much can stop Donovan Mitchell's rise. The Louisville product hung around the fringes of the first-round conversation for a while, perhaps in large part because some might classify him as undersized at 6'3" and 210 pounds . Whether this rings true or not, it's hard to ignore Mitchell's performance at the combine and what he brings to the table.
The Event Chronicle
2 days
This current Ruling Cabal will be shoved aside and made irrelevant and will become completely unsupported at every level by the world’s masses all in unison and will be ejected from all power. The Cabal will be shoved aside and deemed obsolete and anti-human as a worldwide reaction to some very startling world events related to disclosure of Alien ETs and a publicly announced expectation of a coming cosmic Battle for Planet Earth. This expected final battle for Planet Earth is going to be reported as a battle with what are now viewed to be a certain evil Alien ET group headed toward Planet Earth as a very large and powerful armada. This Ruling Cabal is a Hierarchy or pyramid of power and is known to be controlled by BT/RKM/COL private debt-note based pernicious usury fiat banking. Insiders claim this Cabal is run by a satanic cult that uses pedophilia as their personal sport and a means to compromise new initiates.
TIME - Top Stories
2 days
It also means they could flock to riskier assets, since the safety of their assets wouldn't be measured under the law. The outcome, critics say, would be a less secure banking system.
The Iran Project
2 days
When oil prices crashed – by some 70 per cent since mid-2014 – the situation looked even bleaker. But Rouhani worked hard to free Iran’s economy from the shackles of international sanctions. And, in 2015, he secured a deal with six countriesChina, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States – along with the European Union to halt Iran’s nuclear programme in exchange for economic relief. Even as sanctions have been eased, however, Iran’s economy has continued to struggle. Despite some progress since the deal came into effect in 2016, foreign investors have remained cautious, owing to lingering U.S. non-nuclear sanctions and banking restrictions. No one wants to fall afoul of the U.S. Treasury. It is not easy to pursue macroeconomic stabilisation and economic growth simultaneously. The problem is accentuated when stabilisation is given priority, owing to the economic pain and social backlash that can result.