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With the outlook for Brexit constantly changing, the significant progress made on an exit deal this week takes us a step closer to leaving the EU, but what comes next?
Despite predictions that interest rates would increase in May, the Bank of England has held rates at 0.5%, after they also cut growth forecasts for 2018.
Inflation reaches the highest point in almost six years.
The UK economy experienced a higher than expected growth in Q3 of 2017.
The Consumer Prices Index has reached the highest rate in over 5 years.
Savings rates are at rock bottom, but that doesn’t mean that saving is a bad idea. Here are some of the commonly asked questions about how to save…
The Bank of England is getting worried about the level of household debt.
An unexpected result in the General Election has left uncertainty surrounding key policies, particularly involving personal finance.
Mortgage lending fell last month as the housing market has appeared to settle down.
After the odds of winning a prize were cut last year, NS&I have made further changes to their popular premium bonds scheme.
What are the key points from the Autumn Statement and how will they affect you?
Easy access saving accounts have suffered at the hands of rock bottom interest rates for a while now, but long term, fixed rate bonds are the latest accounts to experience a rate cut.
Rising costs have led to the highest inflation levels in almost two years.
Discussions over the UK's withdrawal from the single market has caused a fall in the pound sterling.
After early worries following the result of the EU Referendum, the Bank of England has reported that Britain’s economy is performing better than expected.
With interest rates at record lows and issues with the Help to Buy Isa coming to light, are there any savings accounts with a good rate of return?
Mortgage lending drops sharply following the Brexit vote.
Since the UK voted to leave the EU on the 23rd June, there has been lots of speculation about what will happen to the country’s economy. We take a look at how different markets have been affected.
It was announced this week by the Bank of England that interest rates have been cut to 0.25%.