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The TimesHow record low rates transformed Britain's economyThe TimesAt this time of 1.25 per cent mortgages, interest-free credit cards and current accounts so uninviting that you would do just as well to hide your money under your bed, it's difficult to remember that the country's finances used to be very different ...WHAT IS YOUR BANK DOING TO RATES?Daily Mailall 113 news articles »
Express.co.ukInterest rates rise: Pensions and savers joy - banks saving rates LISTEDExpress.co.ukHe added: "Whilst improving gilt yields are good for those wanting to buy an annuity, it is not so good for those whose pension is in funds that invest in gilts, as their value will fall. “Pension scheme members are often invested in these funds by ...and more »
This is MoneyBank of England hikes interest rates to 0.5% | Daily Mail OnlineDaily MailThe changes to customer rates are underway after the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee announced at noon it would hike the base rate from 0.25 ...Should you join the rush to fix your mortgage for five years? Almost half of homeowners lock in for longer as Bank ...This is Moneyall 60 news articles »
The IndependentInterest rates decision LIVE: Bank of England votes to DOUBLE base rate - reaction and analysisMirror.co.uk“With incomes already squeezed, even having to pay £20 more on average per month on a mortgage after today's rise could push people who are just holding on by their fingertips from paycheque to paycheque, into the red,” said Mike O'Connor, Chief ...UK interest rates: What the hike means for your mortgage, savings and other loansThe IndependentInterest rates: What will the rise mean for you?BBC NewsUK hikes interest rates for first time in 10 yearsCNNMoneyDaily Mail -Telegraph.co.uk -The Sunall 951 news articles »
The IndependentUK interest rates: What the hike means for your mortgage, savings and other loansThe IndependentThe Bank of England's decision will make taking out personal loans slightly more expensive. ... Calls to the National Debtline have increased by 10 per cent this year, according to the Money Advice Trust, and it expects demand for debt advice to ...and more »
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Changing face of retirement financial planning - FT Adviser

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Return of the liar loans: UK firms setting up in Eastern Europe offer high ... - This is Money

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ASK TONY: I cancelled my car cover but the insurer said my letter wasn't valid ... - This is Money

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Pay no interest on your Christmas shopping for two years: Save hundreds of ... - This is Money

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