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Telegraph.co.ukLetters: Determined athletes have shown that Britain can stand tall in the worldTelegraph.co.ukSIR – The success of Britain's Olympic sportsmen and women is partly due to lottery funding (Letters, August 20), but most of all it is down to them. They have shown determination, concentration and attention to detail .... There are also many popular ...
The GuardianDominic Chappell paid off family mortgage with £1.5m BHS loanTelegraph.co.ukDominc Chappell, the former owner of BHS, allegedly paid off a family mortgage with a loan worth £1.5m from the embattled retail company's coffers. The Chappell family home was on the verge of being repossessed when he used money from BHS to pay off ...Dominic Chappell used £1.5m BHS loan to pay off family mortgageBusiness MattersBusiness Mattersall 8 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukA rational, not emotional, investor can be a canny winner after BrexitTelegraph.co.ukSince Brexit, British Land confirmed it has reached a deal with a private investor to sell off its Debenhams building in Oxford Street for £400m at a healthy yield and two tenants in its “Cheesegrater” skyscraper in the City leased additional space ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukNow the threat is from those who talk down the economyTelegraph.co.ukAnd, to top it all, Nobel-prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, in a book published last week on the failings of the single currency, concluded that “the UK isn't likely to be much worse off and potentially could even be better off” as a result of ...and more »
Burton MailWoman spends £6000 on credit card taken out in friend's nameBurton MailThe 33-year-old filled out forms to illegally obtain an MBNA credit card and the crime only came to light when the firm sent mail to her friend stating that the outstanding debt had been sold to a collection agency. The concerned victim got in contact ...
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DB transfers more tempting than ever as deficit hits £1trn - FT Adviser

DB transfers more tempting than ever as deficit hits £1trnFT AdviserPlummeting gilt yields have pushed the UK's collective defined benefit pensions deficit past the £1trn mark for the first time, pushing up the value of DB transfers and making it more tempting than ever for members to cash in their pensions, consultant ...and more »
(12-08-2016)

Nationwide warns of pressure on profits as mortgage lending surges - Financial Times

Financial TimesNationwide warns of pressure on profits as mortgage lending surgesFinancial TimesNationwide has reported a surge in mortgage lending in the run-up to the EU referendum, but has warned of pressure on profits from low interest rates and rising competition in the mortgage market. The UK's largest building society accounted for half of ...Nationwide pledge to regular savers despite interest rate pressuresAOL Money UKNationwide drives Q1 mortgage completions to £8.6bn – resultsMortgage Solutionsall 21 news articles »
(12-08-2016)

GREAT HOLIDAY RIP-OFF: Credit card fees from airlines 'break the rules' - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukGREAT HOLIDAY RIP-OFF: Credit card fees from airlines 'break the rules'Express.co.ukBRITONS are being charged rip-off fees to pay with credit card, as firms flout rules aimed at curbing costs, a damning report has claimed. By Lana Clements. PUBLISHED: 12:07, Fri, Aug 12, 2016 | UPDATED: ... James Daley, managing director of Fairer ...Customers are 'fleeced' by businesses charging them high fees to use their credit cardsDaily Mailall 5 news articles »
(12-08-2016)

Will Theresa May end the era of easy money and call time on QE? - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Will Theresa May end the era of easy money and call time on QE?Spectator.co.uk (blog)When Theresa May was gearing up for a summer-long leadership campaign, she identified a worthy target: George Osborne's addiction to easy money and the whole notion of quantitative easing. Rock-bottom interest rates and QE, she said, boost asset ...
(12-08-2016)

Moneywise unravels AJ Bell's new platform charges: winners and losers revealed - Moneywise Magazine

Moneywise unravels AJ Bell's new platform charges: winners and losers revealedMoneywise MagazineThe self-invested personal pension (Sipp) specialist has moved away from a flat-fee system on its personal pensions, which generally favours larger investors, towards one that charges a percentage of the portfolio's value, which can be a better deal ...and more »
(12-08-2016)

Why Barclays plc just can't compete with Virgin Money Holdings (UK) plc - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKWhy Barclays plc just can't compete with Virgin Money Holdings (UK) plcAOL Money UKNet lending reached £2.2bn up 29% year-on-year and credit card balances rose 31% year-on-year. Credit card balances jumped to £2.1bn at the end of June this year, and the bank is targeting £3bn of credit card balances for the end of 2017. Management ...and more »
(12-08-2016)

Why Barclays plc just can't compete with Virgin Money Holdings (UK) plc - Yahoo Finance UK

Why Barclays plc just can't compete with Virgin Money Holdings (UK) plcYahoo Finance UKNet lending reached £2.2bn up 29% year-on-year and credit card balances rose 31% year-on-year. Credit card balances jumped to £2.1bn at the end of June this year, and the bank is targeting £3bn of credit card balances for the end of 2017. Management ...and more »
(12-08-2016)

Holiday price hikes, car insurance and inheritance tax - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Holiday price hikes, car insurance and inheritance taxSpectator.co.uk (blog)The pound has been in the doldrums this week, and is trading near a one-month low today. Traders are betting on further monetary easing from the Bank of England. According to The Guardian, sterling has fallen nearly 3 per cent since the Bank unveiled a ...
(12-08-2016)

ABI warns providers over FCA plans for FSCS levies - Money Marketing

Money MarketingABI warns providers over FCA plans for FSCS leviesMoney MarketingThe ABI regulation team recently met the FCA to talk about the FSCS funding review. An ABI note, seen by Money Marketing, says the FCA is considering merging the intermediary classes and having providers contribute automatically for intermediary failures.
(12-08-2016)

CompaniesNationwide upbeat despite eroding margins - Financial Times

AOL Money UKCompaniesNationwide upbeat despite eroding marginsFinancial Times... mortgage product. Savers who regularly squirrel away money through the building society's “Flexclusive regular saver”, “FlexOne regular saver” and “Help to Buy ISA” products will also have their savings rates maintained at 5 per cent, 3.5 per cent ...Nationwide pledge to regular savers despite interest rate pressuresAOL Money UKall 16 news articles »
(12-08-2016)

4 of Your Top Money Questions—Answered - Men's Fitness

4 of Your Top Money Questions—AnsweredMen's FitnessSo when a banker throws a bunch of mortgages into something called a mortgage-backed security, the rating agency asks the bankers for permission to rate the bonds. ... How will Brexit, Britain's departure from the European Union, affect my own money?
(12-08-2016)

Money Managment - Men's Fitness

Money ManagmentMen's FitnessSo when a banker throws a bunch of mortgages into something called a mortgage-backed security, the rating agency asks the bankers for permission to rate the bonds. ... How will Brexit, Britain's departure from the European Union, affect my own money?
(12-08-2016)

Customers are 'fleeced' by businesses charging them high fees to use their credit cards - Daily Mail

Daily MailCustomers are 'fleeced' by businesses charging them high fees to use their credit cardsDaily Mail... per cent to pay by credit card. South Cambridgeshire, West Dorset and Ealing councils are all charging up to 2.5 per cent when residents use their credit cards to pay their council tax or for services such as collecting rubbish, parking permits and ...and more »
(12-08-2016)

Airlines 'harvest millions' in rip-off credit card fees... and councils are also illegally charging customers too ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailAirlines 'harvest millions' in rip-off credit card fees... and councils are also illegally charging customers too ...Daily Mail... per cent to pay by credit card. South Cambridgeshire, West Dorset and Ealing councils are all charging up to 2.5 per cent when residents use their credit cards to pay their council tax or for services such as collecting rubbish, parking permits and ...and more »
(11-08-2016)

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp: We mustn't pay the price for broken economics - The National

The NationalGordon MacIntyre-Kemp: We mustn't pay the price for broken economicsThe NationalPersonal credit levels weren't seen as a real economic measure as the market would self-regulate and lending would stop when people and banks realised the repayments were getting unaffordable. I had no ... If it does work then returns on Government ...and more »
(11-08-2016)
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