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How to Secure Funding for your New Business Opportunity

Are you in need of a way to finance a start-up business? Perhaps you are looking to grow your existing business, but lack the necessary cash flow? Get in line. Or rather get your business in line, for the best possible chance to attain funding. Intrepid Executive Group has access to a network of investors…

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China’s Stock Market Plummeted Following Greece’s Default

China’s stock market plummeted this week, shortly after Greece announced that it had defaulted on its load from the International Monetary Fund. Like all financial markets, China has its ups and its downs. But this recent plunge was even worse than expected, dropping nearly 8% while subsequently wiping trillions of dollars off the Asian nation’s…

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A Sound Business Plan is Your Best Friend

Would you drive cross country without a map or GPS? Of course not! So it stands to reason that you wouldn’t start a business without a solid business plan either. Your business plan should clearly map out the course your business will take. Not only will this help set your business up for success, a…

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Greece Facing Default: What’s Next?

If you keep up with news, you are probably well aware of the financial turmoil that’s currently being felt in Greece. The island nation is just hours away from defaulting on a loan issues by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). In response, tens of thousands of worried residents scrambled to the banks in an attempt…

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UK May Leave The European Union

There’s new speculation that global banks may choose to leave London if UK residents vote to leave the European Union. The financial ratings firm Standard & Poor (S&P) has warned that such an exit could weaken the UK economy. If global banks pack up and leave, London – which is largely viewed as an economic…

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Economists Warn of Federal Reserve Interest Hike

A U.S. interest rate hike may come sooner rather than later, according to the some of the nation’s top economists. This had prompted many investors to approach stock trades with caution, fearing news of higher interest rates could send the market plummeting. On a positive note, the U.S. job market is stronger than ever, with…

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Bank of England Holds Record-Low Interest Rates

Good news for consumers and investors on the other side of the pond: Bank of England has confirmed that it will hold its record-low 0.5% interest rates. The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) is responsible for adjusting interest rates, which they say was not necessary this time around. Just six years ago, the…

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Banks Fined $5.7B For Manipulating Global Currencies

Four global banks have been ordered to pay $5.7 billion for allegedly manipulating the world’s economic currency market. JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Barclays and The Royal Bank of Scotland admitted to manipulating the global currency market by conspiring amongst themselves to adjust rates on the U.S. dollar and Euro when traded for other currencies on the…

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Gold, Silver Hit Multiyear Lows; Greenback Rises By BLOOMBERG NEWS IBD Posted 10/31/2014

“The recent slump in precious metals has not dampened Intrepid’s enthusiasm in them; we see it as a terrific time to buy!” IEG Partner Gold and silver slumped to the lowest since 2010 Friday as the dollar strengthened after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly boosted stimulus and the Federal Reserve ended asset purchases this week….

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China’s Central Bank To Inject Funds Into Smaller Banks

The People’s Bank of China announced earlier this month that it would inject 200 billion yuan ($32.7 billion USD) into nearly two dozen smaller banks. This move reportedly aims to help the joint-stock banks with end-of-the-year liquidity, while simultaneously boosting the nation’s economy. The banks to receive the funds, including China Guangfa Bank Co. and…

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So here it comes Mr. and Ms. Entrepreneur!

The end of QE – time to head to the bank for that investment capital you need. Right? Read on! Why Is Fed Considering Paying Banks Not To Lend To Main Street By MIKE COSGROVE Posted 07/18/2014 06:37 PM ET The Federal Reserve created a monster $4.3 trillion balance sheet, up by $3 trillion from…

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