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4 myths about loan insurance for your mortgage

Adèle Manseau | Desjardins Group

You’re getting ready to make the biggest purchase of your life and you’ve got a lot on your mind. There are so many questions–should you insure your mortgage? 524 more words

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Money has no value?

Cash is quite however useless paper made and gave out to us to make us trust we are working for something of significant worth. In any case, cash has no esteem. 1,754 more words

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Portable fan given at Osheaga starts smoking, causes minor burns

Erin Loudoun-Butler’s three-and-a-half-year-old daughter was ecstatic Saturday when she won a small, portable fan from National Bank at the Osheaga Music and Arts Festival in Montreal. 464 more words

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5 garden tips to make your neighbours go green with envy

Summer is short, and we all want to make the most of it by maximizing the time we spend outside – ideally in a beautiful outdoor space we’ve carefully cultivated to give us just the right mix of zest and Zen. 362 more words

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Was the National Bank a Precursor to the Federal Reserve?

Many seem to think so, especially the Federal Reserve. However, Richard Salsman at Duke University doesn’t agree:

Hamilton’s proposed “Bank of the United States” was to be a national bank, but not a central bank in the modern sense of a banker to government, or a bank that issues a monopoly fiat money, controls system reserves, and at root is beholden to the government that sponsors it and makes sure it underwrites (monetizes) and trades its own debt securities, the more so as more debt accumulates.

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Old National Bank, Dunedin, New Zealand

The National Bank of New Zealand, 193 Princes Street, Dunedin, NZ.

“This is a relatively ornate large building and one of the few Dunedin buildings to show the Baroque tendencies of Edwardian architecture. 238 more words

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