Have you ever wondered who makes more spending and saving choices in the average household? Researchers for the Think Forward...
Can money buy happiness? Happy Money co-author Mike Norton gives ING eZonomics some tips.
What is extremeness aversion?
Why your reward card could be costing you
What is projection bias?
Who shares the blame for your financial choices? Other people may affect the decisions even if you manage the money yourself, a study shows.
What is the decoy effect?
Smarter money choices, and how your bank might help
Ways to bank and pay are evolving as the next generation of mobile technology emerges. This ING...
What is the control premium?
Thinking about money – it’s a tough task
The fifth annual ING International Survey on mobile banking finds in this first report, on the...
Before you split the bill with your friends using your “digital wallet”, perhaps you should think again.
billion euros were spent on fresh food in Western Europe in 2016
million dollars, the most ever for a gem, were paid for the Pink Star diamond
euro bills are the most widely used Eurozone notes, with almost nine billion in circulation in 2017.
Why more can be less when it comes to package deals
Will you sink or swim if the worst happens? In Europe 29% have no savings
Where is your focus at Christmas?
Will you get what you want this Christmas?
Feeling festive at Christmas typically packs a punch to the wallet; across Europe 10% of people even...
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