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Daily MailDebt-binge Britons stick £20million a day on credit cardsDaily Mail... risen to levels 'worryingly close to those seen around the financial crisis'. The Bank this week began a major review of lending practices in the UK and warned that the scramble to borrow ever-greater amounts of money was now a major risk to the ...Credit card borrowing rises at fastest rate in more than a decade sparking Bank of England fears of a new debt crisisThe Sunall 11 news articles »
Daily MailDebt-binge Britons stick £20million a day on credit cards: Plastic spending soars at fastest rate for 11 years ...Daily Mail... risen to levels 'worryingly close to those seen around the financial crisis'. The Bank this week began a major review of lending practices in the UK and warned that the scramble to borrow ever-greater amounts of money was now a major risk to the ...Credit card borrowing rises at fastest rate in more than a decade sparking Bank of England fears of a new debt crisisThe Sunall 10 news articles »
The SunCrackdown on contactless card flaw that means fraudsters can use credit and debit cards AFTER you've cancelledThe SunA FLAW with contactless bank cards that allows fraudsters to use cards months after they have been cancelled has still not been fixed. The banking regulator has agreed to tackle the shocking security flaw by ensuring that banks properly inform ...and more »
The SunCredit card borrowing rises at fastest rate in more than a decade sparking Bank of England fears of a new debt crisisThe SunSome £600million was piled on credit cards last month, with households owing £67.3billion, The Bank of England said. The rise pushed up the overall flow of consumer credit to £1.44billion in February. City analysts expected £1.3billion. The Bank's ...and more »
ForbesEvolution Of Money: From Kings With The 'Midas Touch' To E-Money AccountsForbesPrepaid credit cards, which do fit the definition of e-money, are currently very popular. They are loaded with a flexibly definable amount and can be used securely by consumers at all credit card acceptance points - both online and offline. ... EU ...
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Debt-binge Britons stick £20million a day on credit cards - Daily Mail

Daily MailDebt-binge Britons stick £20million a day on credit cardsDaily Mail... risen to levels 'worryingly close to those seen around the financial crisis'. The Bank this week began a major review of lending practices in the UK and warned that the scramble to borrow ever-greater amounts of money was now a major risk to the ...Credit card borrowing rises at fastest rate in more than a decade sparking Bank of England fears of a new debt crisisThe Sunall 11 news articles »
(30-03-2017)

Debt-binge Britons stick £20million a day on credit cards: Plastic spending soars at fastest rate for 11 years ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailDebt-binge Britons stick £20million a day on credit cards: Plastic spending soars at fastest rate for 11 years ...Daily Mail... risen to levels 'worryingly close to those seen around the financial crisis'. The Bank this week began a major review of lending practices in the UK and warned that the scramble to borrow ever-greater amounts of money was now a major risk to the ...Credit card borrowing rises at fastest rate in more than a decade sparking Bank of England fears of a new debt crisisThe Sunall 10 news articles »
(30-03-2017)

Crackdown on contactless card flaw that means fraudsters can use credit and debit cards AFTER you've cancelled - The Sun

The SunCrackdown on contactless card flaw that means fraudsters can use credit and debit cards AFTER you've cancelledThe SunA FLAW with contactless bank cards that allows fraudsters to use cards months after they have been cancelled has still not been fixed. The banking regulator has agreed to tackle the shocking security flaw by ensuring that banks properly inform ...and more »
(30-03-2017)

Credit card borrowing rises at fastest rate in more than a decade sparking Bank of England fears of a new debt crisis - The Sun

The SunCredit card borrowing rises at fastest rate in more than a decade sparking Bank of England fears of a new debt crisisThe SunSome £600million was piled on credit cards last month, with households owing £67.3billion, The Bank of England said. The rise pushed up the overall flow of consumer credit to £1.44billion in February. City analysts expected £1.3billion. The Bank's ...and more »
(29-03-2017)

Evolution Of Money: From Kings With The 'Midas Touch' To E-Money Accounts - Forbes

ForbesEvolution Of Money: From Kings With The 'Midas Touch' To E-Money AccountsForbesPrepaid credit cards, which do fit the definition of e-money, are currently very popular. They are loaded with a flexibly definable amount and can be used securely by consumers at all credit card acceptance points - both online and offline. ... EU ...
(29-03-2017)

Pound to euro exchange rate – what's happened since Theresa May triggered Article 50 - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukPound to euro exchange rate – what's happened since Theresa May triggered Article 50Mirror.co.ukWhen Britain voted to leave the EU in June the pound crashed against the euro – but what's happened since Brexit was confirmed and Article 50 triggered? We take a look. Share; 3Comments .... Pre-load a prepaid currency card to lock in rates and protect ...and more »
(29-03-2017)

How will Brexit affect the pound, house prices and interest rates? - The Sun

The SunHow will Brexit affect the pound, house prices and interest rates?The SunHannah Maundrell, editor in chief of money.co.uk, said: The MPC are all too aware what that would mean for fragile household finances and so it's likely any upward movement will be slight, gradual and carefully timed. “Mortgage rates may rise ...and more »
(29-03-2017)

Handbag containing pension and insulin stolen in Cookstown supermarket - Mid Ulster Mail

Handbag containing pension and insulin stolen in Cookstown supermarketMid Ulster MailCaroline Quinn said her mother's bag was carrying, not only her pension money - which she had just collected that morning - but also her insulin, mobile phone, glasses and other personal belongings. Police said they are investigating the incident ...and more »
(29-03-2017)

Handbag containing pension and insulin stolen in Cookstown store - Mid Ulster Mail

Handbag containing pension and insulin stolen in Cookstown storeMid Ulster MailCaroline Quinn said her mother's bag was carrying, not only her pension money - which she had just collected that morning - but also her insulin, mobile phone, glasses and other personal belongings. Police said they are investigating the incident ...and more »
(29-03-2017)

New inflation measure: What is CPIH and how it will impact your money? - BT.com

BT.comNew inflation measure: What is CPIH and how it will impact your money?BT.comThe headline inflation measure in the UK changed from CPI to CPIH in the end of March. On the same day, headline inflation rates soared from 1.8% to 2.3%. Inflation is the rate at which the prices of goods and services bought by households rise and fall.and more »
(29-03-2017)

Credit boom 2.0? Credit card spending grows at its fastest pace since February 2006, official data reveals - This is Money

This is MoneyCredit boom 2.0? Credit card spending grows at its fastest pace since February 2006, official data revealsThis is MoneyThe rate of spend on credit cards is at highest level since February 2006, according to statistics from the Bank of England analysed by This is Money. The amount outstanding on credit cards now sits at £67.3billion. This is the highest level on record ...and more »
(29-03-2017)

'The banks offered me card after card until one day... they just stopped' - What happened when Dan's credit lines ... - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk'The banks offered me card after card until one day... they just stopped' - What happened when Dan's credit lines ...Mirror.co.ukIn fact, new figures by The Money Platform show that one in three Brits consistently dip into credit cards and overdrafts each month due excessive spending, while a further 49% regularly exceed their monthly budget. But, such a habit can have ...
(29-03-2017)

Billy Burrows: How do you judge a retirement product's value? - Money Marketing

Money MarketingBilly Burrows: How do you judge a retirement product's value?Money MarketingThis month I want to talk about value for money in financial services, which surfaces in two distinct places. First, the value for money in terms of advice and, second, the value for money of specific products or solutions. When it comes to trying to ...
(29-03-2017)

Owners abroad: your sterling mortgage payments go on a journey - Financial Times

Financial TimesOwners abroad: your sterling mortgage payments go on a journeyFinancial TimesIn the UK, this means that anyone whose income is in a foreign currency cannot get ordinary mortgages when they want to buy a home. Their payments also need converting. Most lenders have withdrawn from this market apart from Santander and a few ...
(29-03-2017)

How will Brexit affect UK house prices and mortgages? - Financial Times

Financial TimesHow will Brexit affect UK house prices and mortgages?Financial TimesUK housing transactions in the second half of 2016 were 9 per cent down on the same period in 2015, according to figures from HM Revenue & Customs. The listed estate agency group Countrywide says the vote “had an impact on confidence in the housing ...Could Brexit affect your money? 3 things you need to knowMicLONDON MARKET OPEN: Weak Pound Lifts Stocks As UK Begins BrexitLondon South East (registration) (blog)The Brexit process has begun – what's next for the Pound?HiFX - The Financial Latest (blog)all 2,577 news articles »
(29-03-2017)
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