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Deep Blue Publications Group LLC

Deep Blue Publications Group LLC is an online publication of latest news, stock market investing principles and tips, personal planning guide that will give you statistical analysis of latest financial market.

Holiday Scams to Avoid This Year

Shipping Notification Scam Possible targets were sent an email that encloses fallacious shipping information, frequently from a well-known delivery company such as DHL, UPS or FedEx, or a major retailer like Amazon. There are a small number of differences...

Lending Rules possibly will cut defaults in half

According to an analysis by economists at Goldman Sachs, nearly half of all mortgage defaults from the housing bust might have been prevented by forthcoming consumer-protection regulations, but another 25% of loans that didn’t default might not have been...

In Small-Business Lending, the Devil Is Often in the Lien

By AMI KASSAR Searching for Capital A broker evaluates the small-business financing market. When small-business owners plan to acquire business capital, the usual primary issues expected would be: How much is the interest rate? What is the size of...

Struggling businesses can avail of half-priced loans from German bank

SMALL companies will now acquire funding from Germany at 50% the interest rate charged in Ireland under a program certified by Chancellor Angela Merkel. The German Chancellor has told her state investment bank to coordinate closely with Irish officials...

Eurozone recovery fades as growth stalls

Europe’s revival from 18 months of recession caught up in the third quarter as exports slowed and the region’s second-biggest economy turnaround. Over the preceding quarter the 17-nation eurozone’s initial estimate of GDP demonstrated growth of just 0.1%, when...

U.S. consumer confidence at six-year high, Europeans also more upbeat – survey

A global survey showed that consumer confidence in the United States reached a six-year high in the third quarter, as prospects for jobs and personal finances improved, and also rose sharply in Europe. In a quarterly survey by global...

Bookkeeping Tips for Business Owners

Plan for major expenses. You will probably overlook business opportunities or have to mix up for a loan when the expenses become inescapable. A year in advance or, preferably, three to five years ahead, put events like a major...

Rabobank fined $1bn over Libor

According to Dutch bank Rabobank, it has agreed to pay fines of 774m euros ($1bn; £662m) imposed by US, UK and Dutch regulators over the Libor interest rate-fixing scandal. The bank added that its chief executive, Piet Moerland, had...

5 Useful Accounting Tips for Small Businesses

You have to make sure you stay focused on accounting when running a small business. Your company will tumble down before it succeeds, if you don’t manage debt, receivables, and marketing expenses accurately. You can keep your company by...

Deutsche bank: fifteen shades of fraud

I was a bit sated with tales about banksters from Cyprus. How about Deutsche Bank, the biggest bank of Europe, sweetheart of the German government and, Lehman style, “Chief Executive Officer Josef Ackermann, who has referred to plans to...