Podcasts de debt

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The Franco-Mexican Pastry War

When a French pastry chef complained to King Louis-Phillippe that his shop in Mexico was...

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Changes to platform pricing, pension system failures and bankruptcy

Jonathan Eley talks to Andy Creak of rPlan about what the latest changes to platform pricing mean...

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Basic bank accounts, investing in Russia and financial advice

Jonathan Eley and guests discuss whether free current accounts are under threat, the investment...

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Joe Minarik - Macroeconomic Perspective on the Budget Deficit

Where is the United States economy and budget going? How can the U.S. stop accumulating debt at...

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Why the OFT wants card fees outlawed

The OFT has ordered airlines, such as Ryanair, to stop hiding card surcharges. We look at why...

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Banks paying negligible interest on savings, European bank shares and standard variable rate mortages

This week, we look at banks that are paying virtually no interest and making it almost impossible...

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New mortgage rules, dividends and Junior Isas

How the FSA loan rules will affect your finances. The importance of dividends in investing, and...

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Payday lending, mortgage brokers and Chinese shares

Jonathan Eley and FT colleagues discuss the expected demise of so-called payday lenders, the rise...

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Banks paying negligible interest on savings, European bank shares and standard variable rate mortages

This week, we look at banks that are paying virtually no interest and making it almost impossible...

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Sophie Blanchard and Balloonomania

From timid girl to trailblazer, Sophie Blanchard became famous in the early 1800s as the first...

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