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Bank of England base rate cut: How it affects UK housing - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKBank of England base rate cut: How it affects UK housingInternational Business Times UKFor ordinary homeowners, it means more money in their pocket every month, or to pay other bills. For buy-to-let investors, it means a better yield. "The UK continues to have a severe housing shortfall, meaning demand for new homes is set to remain ...
(04-08-2016)

The cost of Brexit: 250000 fewer jobs - CNNMoney

CNNMoneyThe cost of Brexit: 250000 fewer jobsCNNMoneyThe bank said it would pump £70 billion ($92 billion) into the economy by printing money to buy bonds issued by the British government and about 150 companies. The bank's program of quantitative easing -- already worth £375 billion -- has been on hold ...and more »
(04-08-2016)

Retail Finance round-up - 4 August 2016 - Eversheds Press Office (press release)

Eversheds Press Office (press release)Retail Finance round-up - 4 August 2016Eversheds Press Office (press release)The FCA also intends to make rules and guidance on handling of PPI complaints in light of the Supreme Court judgment in Plevin v Paragon Personal Finance Ltd. This consultation will close on 11 October 2016. Another key development this week is the ...and more »
(04-08-2016)

CEE MARKETS-Poland leads asset rise after UK rate cut; Czechs, Romania hold rates - Reuters

CEE MARKETS-Poland leads asset rise after UK rate cut; Czechs, Romania hold ratesReutersThe impact was the most positive in Warsaw markets, which have been buoyant as a new draft bill aimed at tackling the Swiss franc mortgages weighing on the banking system looked less painful to Polish banks than feared. Warsaw's blue chip equities ...and more »
(04-08-2016)

Interest rate massacre: scores of savings accounts and cash Isas hammered - before Bank of England's decision - Telegraph.co.uk

AOL Money UKInterest rate massacre: scores of savings accounts and cash Isas hammered - before Bank of England's decisionTelegraph.co.ukA number of major providers, including Santander, Lloyds and TSB, quietly cut savings rates even before the Bank of England reduced official interest rates today. Moneyfacts, the financial data service, said a large number of savings cuts had been made ...Rate cut leaves savers facing 'lost decade'AOL Money UKRate trap awaits savers who rush to grab variable deals as big banks jump the gun on Bank of England announcementThis is MoneyMortgage rates at all-time lows ahead of Thursday's Bank of England decisionYahoo Finance UKThe Money Pagesall 24 news articles »
(04-08-2016)

Researchers find security flaw with chip-based credit cards - AOL Small Business

AOL Small BusinessResearchers find security flaw with chip-based credit cardsAOL Small BusinessWhile chip-based cards still have the magnetic strip, machines are programmed to tell you to use the chip. The new cards with the chip-based system, called EMV, have been lauded for being "nearly impossible" to counterfeit. CNN Money reported, however, ...and more »
(04-08-2016)

Neil McLeod: Philip Green shows exactly why we need to get over entrepreneur fandom - CommonSpace

CommonSpaceNeil McLeod: Philip Green shows exactly why we need to get over entrepreneur fandomCommonSpaceIn their joint report the work and pensions and business, innovation and skills select committees revealed that, over 15 years, Green extracted £586m from BHS, in the form of rent, interest payments, and dividends to shareholders (mostly his family ...and more »
(04-08-2016)

UK interest rate cut: how it will affect you - The Guardian

The GuardianUK interest rate cut: how it will affect youThe GuardianAccording to the Bank, the average interest rate on a UK credit card is now 17.94%, compared with 15.73% in March 2009, while overdraft rates have gone up from 18.62% to 19.6%. Personal loan rates have tumbled over the same period. The average cost of ...and more »
(04-08-2016)

Credit cards offer extended 0% rate deals - Financial Times

Financial TimesCredit cards offer extended 0% rate dealsFinancial Times“You could save money by opting for a shorter [interest free] period, with a lower fee,” he said. The credit card industry, represented by the UK Cards Association, has agreed to tell its customers when their zero interest rate deals end. In a ...and more »
(04-08-2016)

Where British buyers can snap up a cheap holiday home - Daily Mail

Daily MailWhere British buyers can snap up a cheap holiday homeDaily MailBut there are still opportunities for those willing to seek out the best property bargains abroad, according to leading money transfer company TransferWise. With its help, we take a look at how it is possible to buy a holiday home from as little as ...
(04-08-2016)

Overseas PROPERTY bargains from £20K: Where British buyers can snap up a cheap holiday home - Daily Mail

Daily MailOverseas PROPERTY bargains from £20K: Where British buyers can snap up a cheap holiday homeDaily MailNilan Peiris, of money transfer company TransferWise, said: 'Brexit has made the pound weaker which means buying property abroad can be more expensive, but the good news is that there are still plenty of opportunities to buy low-cost property in Europe ...
(04-08-2016)

Travel question of the day: Simon Calder on why you should exchange travel money abroad - The Independent

The IndependentTravel question of the day: Simon Calder on why you should exchange travel money abroadThe IndependentA If you use an ATM with a typical UK debit card, you will be hit for a range of charges by your bank that could cost £5 on a withdrawal of £100. (Making cash withdrawals using a credit card can end up alarmingly expensive unless you know exactly what ...
(04-08-2016)

Interest rates 'almost certain' to be cut to historic low of 0.25% as Bank of England acts to stop Brexit recession - Daily Mail

Telegraph.co.ukInterest rates 'almost certain' to be cut to historic low of 0.25% as Bank of England acts to stop Brexit recessionDaily MailThe cut will spell good news for mortgage holders and other borrowers but will heap further misery on savers, who have suffered from the long-term low rates. The new lower rate could also hit sterling, with experts warning of a further devaluation ...Mortgage rates at all-time lows ahead of Thursday's Bank of England decisionTelegraph.co.ukSavings accounts disappear as Bank of England prepares to cut ratesThe Guardian1,128 savings rate cuts so far this year - and just 127 increases ...AOL Money UKSpectator.co.uk (blog) -This is Money -The Money Pagesall 22 news articles »
(04-08-2016)

Friends Life cost savings boost Aviva profits - Money Marketing

Friends Life cost savings boost Aviva profitsMoney MarketingAviva UK & Ireland Life chief executive Andy Briggs says: “We've seen strong growth in key areas including protection, pensions and platform. “In pensions, we've seen higher sales of group personal pensions. We are also progressing at pace with digital ...and more »
(04-08-2016)

Here's what to expect when the Bank of England makes its most important announcement since the financial crisis - Business Insider UK

Here's what to expect when the Bank of England makes its most important announcement since the financial crisisBusiness Insider UKAccording to a report from the Financial Times prior to the last MPC meeting, a cut from the Bank this lunchtime would make mortgages cheaper for as many as 5 million people in the UK who have things like tracker mortgages, which as their name suggests ...and more »
(04-08-2016)
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