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The Australian Financial ReviewCensus 2016: Higher mortgages, older, and a less religious populationThe Australian Financial ReviewTotal dwelling ownership in Sydney dropped to 62.3 per cent in 2016 from 65.2 per cent five years earlier as both outright and ownership with a mortgage fell. Nationally, home ownership fell to 65.5 per cent since the last census from 67 per cent. In ...and more »
AOL UK'Hole in the wall' proving cash is still king on 50th birthdayAOL UKThe cash machine celebrates its 50th birthday on Tuesday - with the "hole in the wall" remaining a popular way for people to manage their day-to-day money half a century after it first appeared on the UK's streets. The world's first ATM was unveiled by ...The ATM at 50: how a hole in the wall changed the worldThe Conversation UKall 20 news articles »
Daily StarGlamorous posh schoolgirl 'who hid drugs in her bra' gets off without jail termDaily StarNow she's dodged jail thanks to the mercy of the courts in her native Australia. Ms Arbib admitted fraudulently obtaining money by stealing credit cards and other items. The court in Sydney previously heard how Ms Arbib fell into a downward spiral when ...
The GuardianMorning mail: Britain's new rules for EU citizensThe GuardianMany details of the new arrangement are still being decided but EU citizens would retain access to public funds such as pensions, though they would have to meet a minimum income threshold of £18,600 to be eligible to bring a spouse into Britain ...
Express.co.ukHow YOU could be losing over £100 per holiday due to THIS bank card trickExpress.co.ukSome debit cards can be worse than credit cards, despite what some holidaymakers may think. However, the true ... Prepaid card provider FairFX found that a huge £5 billion is lost by consumers every year due to bad rates and currency fees. Many of ...
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Census 2016: Higher mortgages, older, and a less religious population - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial ReviewCensus 2016: Higher mortgages, older, and a less religious populationThe Australian Financial ReviewTotal dwelling ownership in Sydney dropped to 62.3 per cent in 2016 from 65.2 per cent five years earlier as both outright and ownership with a mortgage fell. Nationally, home ownership fell to 65.5 per cent since the last census from 67 per cent. In ...and more »
(27-06-2017)

'Hole in the wall' proving cash is still king on 50th birthday - AOL UK

AOL UK'Hole in the wall' proving cash is still king on 50th birthdayAOL UKThe cash machine celebrates its 50th birthday on Tuesday - with the "hole in the wall" remaining a popular way for people to manage their day-to-day money half a century after it first appeared on the UK's streets. The world's first ATM was unveiled by ...The ATM at 50: how a hole in the wall changed the worldThe Conversation UKall 20 news articles »
(26-06-2017)

Glamorous posh schoolgirl 'who hid drugs in her bra' gets off without jail term - Daily Star

Daily StarGlamorous posh schoolgirl 'who hid drugs in her bra' gets off without jail termDaily StarNow she's dodged jail thanks to the mercy of the courts in her native Australia. Ms Arbib admitted fraudulently obtaining money by stealing credit cards and other items. The court in Sydney previously heard how Ms Arbib fell into a downward spiral when ...
(26-06-2017)

Morning mail: Britain's new rules for EU citizens - The Guardian

The GuardianMorning mail: Britain's new rules for EU citizensThe GuardianMany details of the new arrangement are still being decided but EU citizens would retain access to public funds such as pensions, though they would have to meet a minimum income threshold of £18,600 to be eligible to bring a spouse into Britain ...
(26-06-2017)

How YOU could be losing over £100 per holiday due to THIS bank card trick - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukHow YOU could be losing over £100 per holiday due to THIS bank card trickExpress.co.ukSome debit cards can be worse than credit cards, despite what some holidaymakers may think. However, the true ... Prepaid card provider FairFX found that a huge £5 billion is lost by consumers every year due to bad rates and currency fees. Many of ...
(26-06-2017)

Theresa May accused of bribing DUP with £1bn deal despite claiming 'there is no magic money tree' - The Independent

The IndependentTheresa May accused of bribing DUP with £1bn deal despite claiming 'there is no magic money tree'The IndependentTheresa May stands accused of using at least £1bn of public money to seal a “grubby deal” with Northern Irish unionists that lets her cling on to power. The cash – branded a “bribe” – helps save Ms May's premiership following her botched election ...and more »
(26-06-2017)

9 Ways to Save Money When Booking Travel - POPSUGAR United Kingdom (blog)

POPSUGAR United Kingdom (blog)9 Ways to Save Money When Booking TravelPOPSUGAR United Kingdom (blog)If your current credit/debit card gives you no rewards, try upgrading to an airmiles card (just choose one with no fees). By using an airline credit card in place of my debit card for day-to-day purchases, I've earned enough airmiles to pay for hotel ...
(26-06-2017)

Over-55s cash in £50bn of final salary pensions funds - Out-Law.com

Over-55s cash in £50bn of final salary pensions fundsOut-Law.comMercer told the Financial Times the transfer of pensions funds out of DB schemes was beginning to reduce pension risk for the UK's 5,800 DB schemes, which have combined liabilities of around £17 trillion. ... The Mercer figures follow news last week ...
(26-06-2017)

The Buyers: UK Shoppers' eCommerce Habits - PYMNTS.com

PYMNTS.comThe Buyers: UK Shoppers' eCommerce HabitsPYMNTS.comInitially, people in the U.K. have doubled the amount of cashless payments within the past decade due to the increased use of debit and credit cards, according to the UK Cards Association (UKCA) research we shared last week. .... PayPal announced news ...
(26-06-2017)

UK challenger bank Starling sets up in Ireland and clears flightpath to Europe - CNBC

CNBCUK challenger bank Starling sets up in Ireland and clears flightpath to EuropeCNBCStarling Bank, a new U.K. challenger bank that doesn't have branches and relies on a mobile phone app instead to cut running costs and appeal to new customers, has received its banking passport into Ireland. ... the cloud computing service model for ...Former AIB exec to target Irish market with digital only bankIrish Timesall 11 news articles »
(26-06-2017)

Britons save less money as prices rise - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBritons save less money as prices riseTelegraph.co.ukDeposits only rose by 2.6pc in the 12 months to May, the joint-weakest pace since the depths of the financial crisis in 2011, according to the British Bankers' Association. Savings levels dropped in May alone, with ... However some economists argue ...
(26-06-2017)

Former AIB exec to target Irish market with digital only bank - Irish Times

Irish TimesFormer AIB exec to target Irish market with digital only bankIrish TimesThe arrival of Starling is going against overall trends; in recent months UK financial services operators have cut back on their Irish operations as the shadow of Brexit looms. Tesco closed its credit card to new customers, while Nationwide UK is ...and more »
(26-06-2017)

More joined up approach on advice for older borrowers needed, says CML - Mortgage Strategy

Mortgage StrategyMore joined up approach on advice for older borrowers needed, says CMLMortgage StrategyA more joined up approach to advice for older borrowers is needed to narrow the gap between mainstream lifetime mortgage advice 'silos' according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders. The report follows research carried out in conjunction with the ...Watch the rain . . . not the jellythe Irish Newsall 5 news articles »
(26-06-2017)

Consumer Borrowing Cools in May - Morningstar

Consumer Borrowing Cools in MayMorningstarHowever, despite this slowdown in borrowing, UK consumers have not increased the amount of money they are saving. Personal deposits grew at a rate of 2.6% in ... Eric Leenders, the managing director for retail banking at the BBA said: “This month's ...and more »
(26-06-2017)

Revealed: the banks homeowners are flocking to - BT.com

BT.comRevealed: the banks homeowners are flocking toBT.comHowever, there are noticeable changes in market share. Lloyds Banking Group may still be the nation's biggest mortgage lender but its market share has shrunk from 17.3% in 2015 to 15.6% in 2015. Santander UK also saw a reduction in its market share ...Watch the rain . . . not the jellythe Irish Newsall 2 news articles »
(26-06-2017)
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