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?
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percent of US-based workers did not take all their holidays in 2015
billion dollars worth of jewellery was sold globally in 2016
billion euros was the EU current account surplus in June 2016. According to estimates, this is more than the surplus in May at 12.4 bn euros and 9.9 billion euros in June 2015.
percent of the EU’s population is made up of young people (0 to 14 years old)
medals were produced by the Mint of Brazil for the Rio 2016 Olympics
dollars worth of Olympic Games tickets were bought by people around the world between 2009 and 2012
percent lower was the price of fruits, vegetables and potatoes in Romania than the European average
What is a contactless payment?
out of every ten new EU citizens were previously citizens of a non-EU country
Six ING economists select the books that have kept them busy this summer, from how big data affects our behaviour to tidbits of mathematical nuggets – all the way to poolside...
What is action bias?
Equal pay – are the odds in your favour?
Priced to win – why football transfer costs are sky-high
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
What is peer to peer lending?
What is impact investing?
“Don’t get distracted chasing rabbits” – eight quotes about investing
Do you know what the sporting term “hot hands” means and how it can relate to investing?
Welcome to eZonomics by ING
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