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The dangers of buy now pay later and how to avoid them

Buy now pay later is an increasingly familiar and popular option. But what are the potential dangers of the service?…

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Bitcoin is legal tender in El Salvador – who might be next?

On 7 September, El Salvador became the first country in the world to make bitcoin legal tender. Which countries could…

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Brexit: will there be a shortage of Christmas trees this year?

Thanks to Brexit, we could face a shortage of Christmas trees this year. Anne East explores why and looks at…

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Everyday habits from the world’s most successful female entrepreneurs

UK based card payments provider Dojo analysed the daily rituals and habits of female entrepreneurs. Here's what they discovered.

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The UK’s 10 most popular cars for young drivers

Price comparison website MoneySuperMarket reveals the 10 most popular cars for young people in the UK today. Does yours make…

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How Covid is pushing over 50s into pension poverty

Covid has pushed many over 50s into pension poverty. Here's why this group has been affected and what the consequences…

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Is the digital Euro on its way?

The European Central Bank (ECB) is mulling over plans for a digital Euro. We take a look at how it…

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Pound to dollar ratio: why is the GBP stronger than the USD?

The US has the biggest economy in the world, but the pound to dollar ratio consistently favours the pound. We…

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