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Credit card borrowing costs rise, but more pay with plastic - Financial Times

Financial TimesCredit card borrowing costs rise, but more pay with plasticFinancial TimesBorrowing on credit cards is becoming more expensive, yet greater numbers of consumers are choosing to pay on plastic according to new data. The average interest rate charged on UK credit cards rose to 23.1 per cent in the three months to June ...21-06-2018

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Credit card borrowing costs rise, but more pay with plastic
Financial Times
Borrowing on credit cards is becoming more expensive, yet greater numbers of consumers are choosing to pay on plastic according to new data. The average interest rate charged on UK credit cards rose to 23.1 per cent in the three months to June ...

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