Monthly Archives: May 2013

European Stocks Posts a Rosy Picture

European stock exchange touched a record high in five years. According to a report, there has been some good improvement in the level of consumers’ confidence – at least, more than what the economists forecasted. It is also a rosy time for the European carmakers that are enjoying a record rise since 2007. Sale of vehicle shoot up in the ...

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Household Saving Tips – Personal Finance Basics

Finally got time to analyze how you spend your hard-earned dollars? You may soon discover that household expenses are eating up the larger pie of your monthly earning. The appliances that make your life more comfortable don’t come easy on pocket. Just consider how much money you pay for your energy bill. If that could have been saved, it would ...

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What You Should Know About Energy Performance Certificates?

Energy performance certificates or EPC have been a legal necessity whenever a house is built, sold or rented. EPC’s are rated from A to G where homes with ‘A’ rating are considered highly efficient while homes with ‘G’ rating are considered least energy efficient. Energy performance certificates are issued by Accredited Energy Assessors. They also issue a detailed report of ...

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