Some major global currencies are not caught in the interest trap and offer resonable value. You
can trade in these currencies to benefit from higher overnight interest through major banks

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5 ways to avoid a zero interest investment trap

A plaque marks the place where a tree was planted in Los Angeles to honor former Beatle George Harrison in Griffith Park on Tuesday, July 22, 2014. The tree planted to honor former Beatle George Harrison has been killed by beetles. The pine grew to more than 12 feet tall before succumbing to a bark beetle infestation and removed last month.


George Harrison tree succumbs to beetles

Designer Faiza Samee with her creation at Designer's Lounge


4 Pakistani designers to make LFW debut

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Priority banking clients typically enjoy exclusive invitations to events such as Abu Dhabi’s Formula One races at Yas Island

Where banks put you in first place

If you meet the parameters, tickets to world-class events, airport assistance can all be yours

The man-made islands of Dubai captured by Col Chris Hadfield from space. He said the
establishment of the UAE space agency could lead to a multibillion dollar aerospace industry.

Dubai islands 'clearly visible from space'

'You can see The Palm and The World, but cannot see the Wall of China,' says Canadian astronaut

Shopping at a hypermarket in Abu Dhabi. A recent research piece by Emirates NBD forecast
consumer price inflation of 3.6 per cent in 2014. Picture for illustrative purposes only.

Rising rents hit UAE consumer confidence

Many consumers now making less purchases for fears rising costs will hurt personal incomes

In this Wednesday, July, 16, 2014, picture, Mads Gilbert, Norwegian doctor who has volunteered at Shifa on and off for 17 years, treats a Palestinian girls at the emergency room of the Shifa hospital in Gaza City. Working at Shifa requires ingenuity. The power goes off repeatedly as aging hospital generators buckle under daily rolling blackouts Gaza residents have lived with for years. “If we are in the middle of an operation (and) lights go out, what do the Palestinians do? They pick up their phones, and they use the light from the screen to illuminate the operation field,” said Gilbert.

'Enough is enough, stop bombing, lift the siege'

The whole world of good people will stand up for suffering Palestinians, says Norwegian doctor


232 teeth extracted from the mouth of a teenager

Doctors aghast to see scores of tiny teeth popping out of an abnormal molar

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