Last weeks hottest topic was the interest rate cut by Bank of England. Almost as a continuation for last weeks interest rate topic were the reports of a German bank that decided to start charging negative interest from their retail customers. The Economist claims that emerging markets are back in favor as returns have increased. Check out more from the list below!
- A German bank starts charging negative rates on large deposits from retail customers
German bank charges negative rates on large deposits (11.08.2016, Financial Times)
- P2P lending in Singapore could soon be extended to cryptocurrencies in a potential partnership between vault operator and gold-backed digital currency seller
Digital gold and silver may be up for P2P lending soon (10.08.2016, Business Times)
- Dianrong labeled as the “Leader in China’s P2P Lending Segment” by US
Dianrong Points to Department of Commerce Report Labeling it the P2P Leader in China (12.08.2016, Crowdfund Insider)
- The Economist reports that emerging markets are once again on the rise having generated a return of more than 13%
Back in fashion (13.08.2016, The Economist)
Estonian readers can read about an investor who believes investing starts with the right mindset. In addition, Bondora is mentioned in a post about liquidating investments in differtent secondary markets (in German) and overview of annual portfolio performance (In Czech).
- In Estonian. Small enterpreneur talks about her investing experiences
Väikeettevõtja: kes tahab, leiab võimaluse, kes ei taha, leiab vabanduse (14.08.2016, Postimees Majandus)
- In German. An overview of investment liquidation options offered by different P2P platforms
Wie schnell lässt sich ein Portfolio von P2P Krediten auflösen? (11.08.2016, P2P-Kredite)
- In Czech. Martin Humpolce takes a look at the yearly performance of his portfolios in different investment platforms
Bondora, Twino, Mintos, Viventor, Zonky, Fundlift a další P2P investice (10.08.2016, Blog Martina Humpolce)