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 »
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.uk"Myself and my then girlfriend had not long bought our first house together on a 100% mortgage," Dan told Mirror Money. "We had rolled up our existing debts and added them to the mortgage to make one repayment. "As time went on we continued to live ...
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 Most lenders have withdrawn from this market apart from Santander and a few ...
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 ...and more »
PYMNTS.comSquare Now In UK, To Use UK As A Launch Pad For European ExpansionPYMNTS.com“There are over 5 million small businesses in the U.K., and we think less than half accept credit cards, so we think the market opportunity is huge.” Dorsey declined to say how .... Euronet Chief Executive Officer Michael Brown penned a letter to ...and more »