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The recession may still be hitting Britain, but the UK's economy climbed above Brazil in the World Economic League Table last year.
As the world spends the last few weeks of 2012 debating whether the Mayans were right and that the world will actually end on Friday 21st December, few people are doing what needs to be done: finding a place to hole up and stay safe.
Australian workers can expect only modest pay rises next year while high growth markets in nearby Asia will see wages increase by up to three times that of their Western neighbours, according to the latest pay forecast data by global management consultancy, Hay Group.
Trying to find some extra pocket money while you go away on holiday? Letting your property can be a handy way to earn some income. But how do you market your property? What legal things need to be taken into account?
The world's housing markets posted mixed signals during the full year to Q3 2012, according to the latest survey by Global Property Guide, and Europe is at the eye of the storm.
Brazil property prices soared this year, according to Knight Frank's Global House Price Index, as eurozone markets slumped.
Norway is turning up its investment in US real estate to 11. Billion, that is. The country's sovereign wealthy fund announced that it will invest $11 billion in American property as the market's recovery continues to gather momentum.
In an ever-fluctuating global economic, it is important to invest in reliable assets, from financial products or stocks to commercial property and even alternative investments. But sometimes, after all that investing, you just need somewhere to put your head down and rest. The answer? Residential property.
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One of the most important questions and considerations when you're moving abroad is whether to take your belongings with you. Families can easily have a whole house full of furniture before the move, and it's often difficult to work out whether it's cheaper to sell everything, and buy new items when you get there, or ship everything over.