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Richard Laycock

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Richard Laycock is Finder’s insights editor after spending the last five years writing and editing articles about insurance. His musings can be found across the web including on MoneyMag, Yahoo Finance and Travel Weekly. When he’s not doing deep dives on data, he is testing the quality of cocktails in his newfound home of New York. Richard studied Media at Macquarie University and The Missouri School of Journalism and has a Tier 1 Certification in General Advice for Life Insurance.

Latest articles by Richard Laycock

7 articles written by this author

Finder Cryptocurrency Adoption Index

Finder's Cryptocurrency Adoption Index mäter tillväxten av kryptovalutor över hela världen genom en vanlig undersökning.

Richard Laycock 21 October 2021
Finder Cryptocurrency Adoption Index

Internetbankadoption 2021

12% av vuxna Svenskar har ett bankkonto online och det förväntas nå 21% till 2026.

Richard Laycock 12 October 2021
Internetbankadoption 2021

Sverige rankas 4:a för aktiehandel

3 % av alla vuxna svenskar äger för närvarande aktier och ytterligare 25 % planerar att köpa aktier under året.

Richard Laycock 1 September 2021
Sverige rankas 4:a för aktiehandel

Ethereum (ETH) price prediction 2022

What affects the value of Ethereum (ETH) and how might the price of ETH fluctuate in the year ahead? Find out in this comprehensive guide.

Tim Falk & Richard Laycock 22 July 2021
Ethereum (ETH) price prediction 2022

Global toilet paper prices rise in COVID-19’s wake

The price of toilet paper is on the rise globally, with prices increasing by an average of 3.37% between 25 March and 22 April 2020 from $1.93 to $2.00.

Richard Laycock 11 July 2020
Global toilet paper prices rise in COVID-19’s wake

Remittance statistics

We've unpacked the most recently available data from the World Bank to get an idea of how much money is being sent around the globe.

Richard Laycock 19 February 2020
Remittance statistics

Black Friday Statistics 2019

As far as the Internet is concerned, the US is no longer the top spot for Black Friday shoppers. Can you guess which country is number one?

Richard Laycock 29 October 2019
Black Friday Statistics 2019
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