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Newsletter 16 January 2019
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What if supermarket prices rose and fell like stocks and shares?
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What if supermarket prices rose and fell like stocks and shares?
Buying low and selling high can maximise value. Merle van den Akker looks at how to apply it to your everyday shop, or not.
 
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A surprising way your parents can affect money choices
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A surprising way your parents can affect money choices
 
is the age when men and women earn the most
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is the age when men and women earn the most
How supermarkets invite spending – and four ways to resist temptation
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How supermarkets invite spending – and four ways to resist temptation
 
Top picks (January 16, 2019)
Teslas cheaper now? Teslas cheaper now?
Risky investor plans Risky investor plans
Objection overruled Objection overruled
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