Mirror.co.ukThe pound "face plants" after inflation drops again - why falling prices at home mean you'll pay more for your holidayMirror.co.ukThe news that prices aren't rising, despite petrol going up and a new tax on fizzy drinks coming in, means the Bank of England is far less likely to raise rates. And that makes the pound less attractive to ... Another tactic is to load up a special ...and more »
This is MoneyLondon property market suffers worst annual slowdown since September 2009 as national prices take a monthly dipThis is MoneyThe property market caught a chill amid March's cold weather with the average house price falling by 0.2 per cent compared to February, official data showed today. Annually the value of homes was still growing however, with an increase of 4.2 per cent ...and more »
Refinery29Money Diary: A Digital Editor In Bath On 71.5kRefinery29Welcome to Money Diaries, where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking a ... a credit card. I don't really like using credit cards, but I got one last year to help with credit rating for when we buy ...
Telegraph.co.ukCan I use equity release to pay for care?Telegraph.co.ukMore commonly known as a lifetime mortgage, equity release allows borrowers to draw money from their home. The amount is usually capped at about 50pc of the property's value and there are usually no monthly repayments, with the interest rolling up at a ...
BBC NewsBarclays and Standard Chartered tie-up: Just a fairytale?BBC NewsThe marriage of Barclays and Standard Chartered is in many ways a tantalising prospect. Take the new transatlantic Barclays, with a big US and European investment banking business, and a very profitable UK retail and credit card business, and bolt it ...and more »