SIWO Global News 25th July 2018 #100

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Banks urged to pay loyal customers with long term Saving Accounts a decent Minimum Rate ofInterest

The Financial Conduct Authority has asked Banks to pay a good minimum rate of interest to their loyal customers.  It wants to sort out the imbalance where, recent savers get a better rate of interest, than those long time savers with lots of money just sitting in the saving accounts earning little interest.  The main Banks like HSBC give a rate of 0.05% to the customers with Saving accounts compared to companies like Paragon with higher interest rates.

Greece Wildfire death toll rises

At the moment 79 people are dead, with great sadness the country’s leader came to lend his support.   The Mayor of Mati wants to sort out accommodation for those who are homeless and marooned on the beach.  Firemen are still putting out pockets of fire and few people are going back to see what remained of their homes.

Power sharing in Stormont

British and their Irish counterparts meet in London for a Conference to discuss non-devolved issues of Northern Ireland.  However the collapse of the power sharing discussions about Stormont has been over eighteen months.

Inspirational Story


“I would rather walk with a friend in the dark, than alone in the light.”


Helen Keller


Content: BBC News.

SIWO Reporter: Susanna Dziworshie

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