The fourth annual ING International Survey on Mobile Banking finds that people in Europe, the USA and Australia are increasingly...
Personal finance, personality, earnings, mobile banking, career...
The world is going mobile, according to ING's international research for the year ending April 2016
billion euros was the EU current account surplus in June 2016
percent of the EU’s population is made up of young people (0 to 14 years old)
Why bronze medallists are happier than silver ones
medals were produced by the Mint of Brazil for the Rio 2016 Olympics. Of those, 812 were gold, 812 silver and 864 bronze
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
percent of adults in the UK use the internet almost every day and 63% use social media
What is a contactless payment?
million people aged 80 or older will be living in the EU in 2080
percent of internet users in the EU purchased books or magazines online in 2015
We often prefer doing anything instead of nothing, but our bias for taking action can cause trouble with our finances.
Equal pay – are the odds in your favour?
percent is the rise in average wages in Japan for the last 20 years
percent of people in Turkey agreed they use physical cash much less in 2016 than 12 months ago
million euros is the investment a person must make to become a citizen of Cyprus
Priced to win – why football transfer costs are sky-high
Do numbers keep you awake? Six tips to battle your fears
million part-time workers in the EU would prefer to work more
What is universal basic income?
percent was the share of Swiss who voted against the proposal for a guaranteed level of income
percent is the difference in earnings between mothers and childless women in Italy
In for a win at Euro 2016? Hearts often rule heads, ING study confirms
Why spending big won’t guarantee a win – in football or investing
Do you know what the sporting term “hot hands” means and how it can relate to investing?
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