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Pound slides after UK inflation sticks at one-year low - business live - The Guardian

The GuardianPound slides after UK inflation sticks at one-year low - business liveThe GuardianUK inflation is still over the Bank of England's target of 2%, meaning prices are rising much faster than the saving rates on offer from the banks. Kate Smith, head of pensions at life insurance firm Aegon, says household budgets are still being squeezed.and more »
(18-07-2018)

UK holidaymakers hit by £1bn of bank charges overseas - Travel Weekly UK

Travel Weekly UKUK holidaymakers hit by £1bn of bank charges overseasTravel Weekly UKUK holidaymakers are reportedly being collectively charged £1 billion a year by banks for paying by credit or debit card when abroad. Standard credit and debit cards impose fees of nearly 3% on all spending, plus extra costs for using cash machines.and more »
(18-07-2018)

A holiday credit card trick that will save you money - Financial Times

Financial TimesA holiday credit card trick that will save you moneyFinancial TimesMost UK-issued debit and credit cards will apply a currency conversion fee of about 3 per cent to non-sterling transactions, which will appear on your final bill. This is likely to be less than the “dynamic” charge, but beware — some debit cards also ...
(18-07-2018)

Mastercard has a new patent that could allow bitcoin transactions on credit cards - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UKMastercard has a new patent that could allow bitcoin transactions on credit cardsYahoo Finance UKConsumers might one day be able to charge their purchases on their credit cards using bitcoin as a currency. On Tuesday, Mastercard won a patent to protect a method that would manage "fractional reserves of blockchain currency." At present, Mastercard ...and more »
(18-07-2018)

MONEY MORSELS: Power price hikes, a plunging property market and cheap sports TV - This is Money

This is MoneyMONEY MORSELS: Power price hikes, a plunging property market and cheap sports TVThis is MoneyEach week, Money Mail rounds up some of the week's personal finance news. Here, it updates on power price hikes, the Britain's ... But according to reports, Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey believes it is not a service that should be provided ...
(17-07-2018)

UK First Time Buyers Market Trends Report 2018 - ResearchAndMarkets.com - Business Wire (press release)

UK First Time Buyers Market Trends Report 2018 - ResearchAndMarkets.comBusiness Wire (press release)The First Time Buyers Market Trends Report 2018 provides an overview of the UK FTB mortgage market which has witnessed a period of strong growth in the last few years. In 2017, the number of First Time Buyers (FTB) mortgages taken out rose by almost ...
(17-07-2018)

Save Money, Make Money: This is Money's pick of the top deals to make your cash work harder - This is Money

This is MoneySave Money, Make Money: This is Money's pick of the top deals to make your cash work harderThis is MoneyThe top of This is Money's independent savings tables has been a revolving door in recent weeks. In recent weeks three new best buy accounts have launched, Birmingham Midshires at 1.35 per cent, Bank of Cyrpus UK at 1.34 per cent and the Post Office at ...
(17-07-2018)

Beat the mortgage trap: How to avoid getting ripped off by lenders and cut your home loan bill by £1000s - This is Money

This is MoneyBeat the mortgage trap: How to avoid getting ripped off by lenders and cut your home loan bill by £1000sThis is MoneyA mortgage is many people's single biggest monthly bill – and that makes it a prime opportunity for saving money. Millions of homeowners spend hundreds or perhaps thousands of pounds on their mortgage each month, but a sizeable number of them will pay ...
(17-07-2018)

UK holidaymakers hit with £1bn of card fees - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsUK holidaymakers hit with £1bn of card fees - BBC NewsBBC NewsFigures compiled for the BBC show just how much British banks are charging holidaymakers.and more »
(17-07-2018)

UK holidaymakers hit with £1bn of card fees - BBC News

BBC NewsUK holidaymakers hit with £1bn of card feesBBC NewsUK holidaymakers are being collectively charged £1bn a year by their banks for paying by credit or debit card while they are abroad. Standard credit and debit cards slap fees of nearly 3% on all spending, plus extra costs for using cash machines ...and more »
(17-07-2018)

UK holidaymakers hit with £1bn of card fees - BBC News - BBC.com - BBC News

BBC NewsUK holidaymakers hit with £1bn of card fees - BBC News - BBC.comBBC NewsUK holidaymakers are being collectively charged £1bn a year by their banks for paying by credit or debit card while they are abroad. Standard credit and debit ...UK holidaymakers hit with £1bn of card feesBBC Newsall 2 news articles »
(17-07-2018)

Millions of savers 'abandoned' as officials ditch dashboard plans - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukMillions of savers 'abandoned' as officials ditch dashboard plansMirror.co.ukThe news has provoked outrage, with Jenni Allen, managing director of Which? Money, warning that dropping the dashboard would mean “missing a massive opportunity and abandoning millions of people who struggle to understand their own pension ...and more »
(17-07-2018)

Londoner, 31, quits City life and £400k mortgages to build £4k 'hobbit house' in Welsh woodland he bought on eBay ... - The Sun

The SunLondoner, 31, quits City life and £400k mortgages to build £4k 'hobbit house' in Welsh woodland he bought on eBay ...The SunHis new home is powered by hydro and solar power, allowing him to turn on lights, boil a kettle and even access the internet without paying any bills. Kris - who now earns money from woodcraft - used second-hand windows, pipes and other fittings along ...and more »
(17-07-2018)

Royal Mail letter volumes decline as new data rules bite into junk mail and row over executive pay looms - This is Money

This is MoneyRoyal Mail letter volumes decline as new data rules bite into junk mail and row over executive pay loomsThis is MoneyMeanwhile, Royal Mail's UK parcel business fared better, with volumes up 7 per cent and revenues up 6 per cent, as it did its European parcel business GLS, which saw volumes rise 10 per cent and revenues rise by 11 per cent, helping to lift overall ...and more »
(17-07-2018)

Royal Mail letter volumes decline as new data rules bite into junk mail and row over new boss's £6m pay looms - This is Money

This is MoneyRoyal Mail letter volumes decline as new data rules bite into junk mail and row over new boss's £6m pay loomsThis is MoneyAddressed letters are letters sent by companies to potential customers with their name on it, but with the new GDPR companies are unsure whether they are allowed to do that because of the need to get a customer's consent before using their personal ...and more »
(17-07-2018)
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