Car insurance premiums going up? Blame inflation

Wondering why your car insurance keeps going up? Inflation may be the reason. Here’s how the economy impacts your auto insurance rates. (Shutterstock) Like many Americans, you may have noticed a premium increase on a recent billing statement from your auto insurance carrier. Maybe you’ve asked yourself: "Why does my car insurance keep going up?" Your car insurance premium can […]

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Cost of living payment date confirmed for Universal Credit claimants

Cost of living: Couple outline 'significant impact' of energy bills We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info This payment is part of the wider £650 payment for […]

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States With the Worst Distracted Driving Problem

If you get an important text message while driving, what do you do? If you choose to do anything but ignore the message, then you are driving distracted. Texting is just one of the many ways to be a distracted driver, and there is a chance you are living in a state with many more distracted drivers than others. According […]

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Top EU official vows to ‘stress test’ pipelines after leaks

video John Kirby argues Russia potentially sabotaged their own Nord Stream pipeline NSC Strategic Communication Coordinator John Kirby says the U.S. cannot rule out that Russia blew up its gas pipeline, telling ‘Cavuto: Coast to Coast’ this would be another example of Putin ‘weaponizing’ energy. The head of the European Union’s executive arm vowed Wednesday to introduce checks on key […]

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RBA Delivers Smaller Than Expected Rate Hike

Australia’s central bank raised its benchmark rate by a smaller-than-expected quarter point on Tuesday, after lifting rates by 50 basis points in each of the last four meetings. The policy board of the Reserve Bank of Australia, headed by Governor Philip Lowe, decided to lift the cash rate target by 25 basis points to 2.60 percent from 2.35 percent. This […]

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Major Airlines To Restrict Operation As Ian Continues To Rage

Major US airlines are halting their operations in the Caribbean islands and Florida as Ian develops into a hurricane and thrashes in Cuba. The hurricane which is still marked as category 3 is rapidly gaining strength and is feared to become category 4 before its landfall on Florida today. American Airlines (AAL) has already issued a travel alert on 20 […]

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European Shares Slump As Risk Appetite Wanes

European stocks tumbled on Wednesday as investors fretted about energy shortages and Britain’s radical tax cuts to spur growth. News about the large amount of gas leakage from the Nord Stream pipelines has deepened concerns over energy and the overall economic circumstances in Europe. The International Monetary Fund has urged the U.K. government to “re-evaluate” a package of unfunded tax […]

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