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The Hazards Of Currency Movements
Devaluation and revaluation are official changes in the value of a nation’s currency in relation to other currencies. The terms are generally used to refer to officially sanctioned changes in a currency’s value under a fixed exchange rate regime. Thus, devaluation and revaluation are typically one-time events that are usually mandated by the government or central bank of a nation.
The Future of Fintech
Fintech has attracted billions of dollars in venture capital as entrepreneurs and legacy banks converge to bring personalization and convenience to consumers.
5 Dental Insurance Plans with No Annual Maximum
Most dental insurers tend to cap the amount of benefits they'll reimburse each year. Here are some that don't.
10 Most-Loved Stocks in Hedge Funds: Goldman's VIP List
The Goldman Sachs VIP lineup has outperformed the S&P 500 in 60% of quarters since 2001.