Are “Buy Now, Pay Later” Plans Better Than Credit Cards?

Image source: Getty Images In some ways, yes, but there are also risks. Key points Buy now, pay later plans allow you to pay for your purchases over time. Although these plans offer some advantages over credit cards, they are not necessarily a better choice. The idea of ​​paying for …

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Wall Street opening lower led by Goldman and the banks – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

TOKYO — (AP) — Stocks tumble at Wall Street’s open on Monday, after global markets fell as the S&P 500 extended its slide for a third straight week. Big banks including Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley lead the decline, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq Composite are also …

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City Guide: Where to shop till you drop in Bangkok

Bangkok is known worldwide for its markets, temples, street food, walking streets, tuk tuks and ladyboys, to name a few. But this bustling city also offers a dazzling array of shopping venues. From its countless colorful night markets delivering a bargain hunter’s dream to the glitz and glamor of high-end …

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Yao Ming Says He And Peng Shuai “Happily Chatted” At Event Last Month

Beijing – Chinese basketball legend Yao Ming said on Monday that tennis star Peng Shuai, who became a cause for concern after accusing a former senior politician of sexually assaulting her, was in good spirits when they were appeared at an event last month. “She looked good. We chatted happily,” …

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Sudan to establish counter-terrorism force — Sovereign Council

The demonstration of the families of the victims of the Beirut explosion immobilizes the Palace of Justice BEIRUT: Relatives of victims of the explosion that destroyed the port of Beirut in August 2020 staged a new protest in the city on Monday, amid growing anger and frustration over what they …

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Kyogo Old Firm boost amid Japanese manager’s ‘difficult’ decision

Celtic have been given a potential Old Firm boost, with the Japanese manager hinting he won’t call up Kyogo Furuhashi for the upcoming World Qualifiers. Japan are due to face China on January 27 and Saudi Arabia on February 1, 24 hours before Celtic take on City Rangers in a …

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Shiba inu dog breed boom is coming to China

Shanghai – The number of people in China who keep shiba inus dogs originating from Japan is on the increase. The popularity of the dog continues to grow among young people who have been attracted to the charms of the breed through social networks. A 78-year-old man who walked his …

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Olympics icon loses contact with dad in Tonga following tsunami disaster

Tongan Olympian Pita Taufatofauthe, the Tongan flag bearer who captured international attention at the opening ceremony of the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, has revealed he has not heard from his father and his family since the Tongan tsunami on Saturday evening. “Still no news from my father or …

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COVID: Beijing reports first local case of Omicron | News on the coronavirus pandemic

The first locally transmitted case of Omicron was detected in China’s capital, Beijing, officials said, weeks before the Winter Olympics were to be held. State television reported on Saturday that the new COVID infection had been identified as the Omicron strain. Lab tests revealed “Omicron variant-specific mutations” in the person, …

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Lazy ways to save money for your dream (fill-in-the-blank)

New year, new possibilities. And challenges. No matter what’s going on in the world, saving money for your future should always be a primary goal. You never know when it might come in handy. The inevitable tax season is approaching. Did you get your deductions in order? There have been …

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