The fourth annual ING International Survey on Mobile Banking finds that people in Europe, the USA and Australia are increasingly...
With Eurozone growth still slow, should the European Central Bank (ECB) consider a radical option – like helicopter money?
Nine amazing insights on football and economics
What is action bias?
Equal pay – are the odds in your favour?
Ever wondered how footballer transfer estimates work? There can be method to the madness.
Do numbers keep you awake? Six tips to battle your fears
How to double down on boring money tasks
What is the poverty line?
What is blockchain?
Running on empty? Balance money basics before choosing to invest
“Make every decision like you are making it forever” – nine quotes that cut through the money maze
In peer-to-peer lending, instead of borrowing funds through a middleman – typically a bank – a loan is arranged directly between two “peers” – the lender and the borrower.
What is impact investing?
“Don’t get distracted chasing rabbits” – eight quotes about investing
What is the CPI?
Do happy people manage finances better?
Two to tango: how two percent became an inflation target
What is the World Bank?
billion euros were spent in Christmas markets all over Europe in 2014
percent of people in Europe who planned New Year resolutions for 2016 included a money-related goal
euros was the median Christmas present budget for people in Germany, Italy, Spain and Australia
In two minutes – An ING economist on key 2015 events
This ING International Survey on financial behaviour carried out for the Think Forward Initiative...
percent of people in Europe say they went into debt to pay for Christmas
What is the best way to save money when planning a holiday?
Welcome to eZonomics by ING
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