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Saga to axe Platinum travel credit card - MoneySavingExpert

Saga to axe Platinum travel credit card  MoneySavingExpertOver-50s financial provider Saga has announced it's closing its Platinum credit card in March, and customers have been told any outstanding balance will be ...
(16-01-2019)

Brits flock to gold amid Brexit fears - Your Money - Your Money

Brits flock to gold amid Brexit fears - Your Money  Your MoneyUK investors are piling into the precious metal on the back of concerns about Brexit and volatile markets.
(16-01-2019)

WorldRemit enters SA market as it eyes possible listing - TechCentral

WorldRemit enters SA market as it eyes possible listing  TechCentralWorldRemit, a UK company that specialises in money transfers into Africa, plans a new funding round in the next six months ahead of a potential initial public ...
(16-01-2019)

Gifting to families is driving popularity of equity release - What Mortgage

Gifting to families is driving popularity of equity release  What MortgageGrowing numbers of retired homeowners are passing on their wealth by releasing equity from their home and gifting the money to friends and family.
(16-01-2019)

The pension changes quietly announced by the government that could cost you thousands of pounds - Wales Online

The pension changes quietly announced by the government that could cost you thousands of pounds  Wales OnlineThe changes were quietly announced by the Department for Work and Pensions on Monday night.
(16-01-2019)

Advisers predict another record year for equity release - Financial Reporter

Advisers predict another record year for equity release  Financial Reporter86% of advisers expect 2019 to be another record year for equity release, according to research from Canada Life, as figures from Key show that the market.
(16-01-2019)

Leveraged Loans Echo Pre-Crisis Subprime Crash: BoE's Carney - U.S. News & World Report

Leveraged Loans Echo Pre-Crisis Subprime Crash: BoE's Carney  U.S. News & World ReportLONDON (Reuters) - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney on Wednesday likened the $2 trillion leveraged loan market to subprime mortgages that defaulted ...
(16-01-2019)

Equity release lending hits record high £3.6bn in 2018 as gifting grows - Key - Mortgage Solutions

Equity release lending hits record high £3.6bn in 2018 as gifting grows - Key  Mortgage SolutionsNew lending in 2018 rose by 19% to £3.6bn, as the market doubled its size in just three years, from £1.71bn achieved in 2015, according to the latest figures ...
(16-01-2019)

House prices flat as London fares worst and Wales best - Your Money - Your Money

House prices flat as London fares worst and Wales best - Your Money  Your MoneyHouse prices in Britain increased by 2.8% in the year to November 2018, edging up from 2.7% in October, official data showed.
(16-01-2019)

Inflation hits two-year low thanks to falling petrol prices - Your Money - Your Money

Inflation hits two-year low thanks to falling petrol prices - Your Money  Your MoneyFalls in fuel prices and air fares caused inflation to drop to its lowest level in nearly two years in December, easing pressure on UK households.
(16-01-2019)

London house prices continue to fall as Brexit uncertainties remain - Daily Mail

London house prices continue to fall as Brexit uncertainties remain  Daily MailLondon property prices have continued to fall in the last year while growth in England remains lower than other countries in Britain, according to official figures.
(16-01-2019)

London house prices continue to fall as Brexit uncertainties remain - This is Money

London house prices continue to fall as Brexit uncertainties remain  This is MoneyLondon property prices have continued to fall in the last year while growth in England remains lower than other countries in Britain, according to official figures.
(16-01-2019)

Mark Carney: Sterling rebound reflects expectations that no-deal Brexit less likely - business live - The Guardian

Mark Carney: Sterling rebound reflects expectations that no-deal Brexit less likely - business live  The GuardianRolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as Bank of England governor Mark Carney appears before the Treasury committee.
(16-01-2019)

George Osborne’s PIP reform to disability benefits actually cost Government an extra £1.5bn a year - iNews

George Osborne’s PIP reform to disability benefits actually cost Government an extra £1.5bn a year  iNewsEx-chancellor George Osborne's controversial decision to introduce Personal Independence Payment (PIP) was initially a cost-saving measure for the ...
(16-01-2019)

Interim managers appointed to animal charity with high fundraising costs - Civil Society Media

Interim managers appointed to animal charity with high fundraising costs  Civil Society MediaThe Charity Commission has installed interim managers at an animal charity where spending on fundraising activities is double the amount spent on looking ...
(16-01-2019)
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