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Mirror.co.ukHow to save an extra £980 on the price of a new carMirror.co.ukResearch from Andrew Hagger at Moneycomms.co.uk shows taking out a personal loan could cost you £980 more over three years, compared to using a 0% money transfer credit card , where you transfer cash directly into your bank account.
BloombergBritain's Latest Property AddictBloombergAndy Haldane's idea is hardly controversial -- thousands of Britons are of the same mind -- but it's staggering that the BOE's chief economist seems to share the simplistic view that U.K. property is a one-way bet. Haldane's comments were made in a ...Bank of England boss Andy Haldane says you're better off putting money into PROPERTYDaily Mail'Property a better bet than pensions', says Bank of England chief economistNew Zealand Heraldall 48 news articles »
AOL Money UKMortgage approvals at 18-month low, says Bank of EnglandBBC NewsThe Bank of England figures also show that growth in the amount being borrowed by consumers on credit cards and other loans eased off in July. UK residents borrowed an extra £1.2bn during the month - down from £1.9bn in June, and 17% less than in July ...Mortgage approvals at lowest level since January 2015AOL Money UKall 35 news articles »
Daily MailMortgage approvals at lowest level since january 2015Daily Mail"We believe housing market activity is likely to be limited over the coming months and prices will weaken as heightened uncertainty following the UK's vote to leave the EU weighs down on consumer confidence and willingness to engage in major ...Mortgage approvals at 18-month low, says Bank of EnglandBBC Newsall 26 news articles »
AOL Money UKMortgage approvals at lowest level since January 2015AOL Money UKWithin consumer credit, credit card lending increased by £479 million in July, down from £579 million in June. Other types of loans, including personal loans and overdrafts, increased by £702 million, reining back sharply from a £1.3 billion increase ...Mortgage approvals at 18-month low, says Bank of EnglandBBC Newsall 35 news articles »
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How to save an extra £980 on the price of a new car - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHow to save an extra £980 on the price of a new carMirror.co.ukResearch from Andrew Hagger at Moneycomms.co.uk shows taking out a personal loan could cost you £980 more over three years, compared to using a 0% money transfer credit card , where you transfer cash directly into your bank account.
(30-08-2016)

Britain's Latest Property Addict - Bloomberg

BloombergBritain's Latest Property AddictBloombergAndy Haldane's idea is hardly controversial -- thousands of Britons are of the same mind -- but it's staggering that the BOE's chief economist seems to share the simplistic view that U.K. property is a one-way bet. Haldane's comments were made in a ...Bank of England boss Andy Haldane says you're better off putting money into PROPERTYDaily Mail'Property a better bet than pensions', says Bank of England chief economistNew Zealand Heraldall 48 news articles »
(30-08-2016)

Mortgage approvals at 18-month low, says Bank of England - BBC News

AOL Money UKMortgage approvals at 18-month low, says Bank of EnglandBBC NewsThe Bank of England figures also show that growth in the amount being borrowed by consumers on credit cards and other loans eased off in July. UK residents borrowed an extra £1.2bn during the month - down from £1.9bn in June, and 17% less than in July ...Mortgage approvals at lowest level since January 2015AOL Money UKall 35 news articles »
(30-08-2016)

Mortgage approvals at lowest level since january 2015 - Daily Mail

Daily MailMortgage approvals at lowest level since january 2015Daily Mail"We believe housing market activity is likely to be limited over the coming months and prices will weaken as heightened uncertainty following the UK's vote to leave the EU weighs down on consumer confidence and willingness to engage in major ...Mortgage approvals at 18-month low, says Bank of EnglandBBC Newsall 26 news articles »
(30-08-2016)

Mortgage approvals at lowest level since January 2015 - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKMortgage approvals at lowest level since January 2015AOL Money UKWithin consumer credit, credit card lending increased by £479 million in July, down from £579 million in June. Other types of loans, including personal loans and overdrafts, increased by £702 million, reining back sharply from a £1.3 billion increase ...Mortgage approvals at 18-month low, says Bank of EnglandBBC Newsall 35 news articles »
(30-08-2016)

U.K. Demand for Credit Slows in Month After Vote to Quit EU - Bloomberg

BloombergU.K. Demand for Credit Slows in Month After Vote to Quit EUBloombergU.K. mortgage approvals slumped to an 18-month low in July and consumer borrowing slowed following the decision to quit the European Union. Banks and mutually owned lenders signed off on 60,912 home loans, the fewest since January last year, the ...Apple faces large Irish tax bill in EU ruling - business liveThe GuardianUK mortgage approvals July 60.9k vs 61.9k expForexLiveUK Mortgage Approvals Slow More Than Expected in July: BoERetail Crowdall 11 news articles »
(30-08-2016)

U.K. Demand for Credit Slowed in Month After Vote to Quit EU - Bloomberg

BloombergU.K. Demand for Credit Slowed in Month After Vote to Quit EUBloombergU.K. mortgage approvals slumped to an 18-month low in July and consumer borrowing slowed following the decision to leave the European Union. Banks and mutually owned lenders signed off on 60,912 home loans, the fewest since January 2015, the Bank ...and more »
(30-08-2016)

Breakfast briefing: Retail News on French Connection, Notonthehighstreet, M&S and more - Retail Week

Breakfast briefing: Retail News on French Connection, Notonthehighstreet, M&S and moreRetail WeekOnline retailer Notonthehighstreet.com has secured £21m from its investors in a move to expand in the UK and international markets, This is Money reported. The fundraising was led by German media investor Hubert Burda Media as well as existing ...and more »
(30-08-2016)

L&G moots new mortgage 'marketplace' matching investors with homebuyers - Telegraph.co.uk

L&G moots new mortgage 'marketplace' matching investors with homebuyersTelegraph.co.ukIndividual investors could help ease Britain's housing crisis via innovative investment structures, according to insurer Legal & General, as it eyes further inroads into the property sector. The insurance giant sees potential for a marketplace that ...and more »
(30-08-2016)

L&G moots new mortgage 'marketplace' matching investors with ... - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukL&G moots new mortgage 'marketplace' matching investors with ...Telegraph.co.ukIndividual investors could help ease Britain's housing crisis via innovative investment structures, according to insurer Legal & General, as it eyes further inroads ...Bank Of Mum And Dad Would Welcome Other People's Children ...Yahoo Finance UKall 5 news articles »
(30-08-2016)

Brexit Boosts Lure of Sticky Deposits for U.K. Banking Startups - Bloomberg

BloombergBrexit Boosts Lure of Sticky Deposits for U.K. Banking StartupsBloombergThe potential for whipsawing markets and wider spreads post-Brexit is convincing banking startups that the stickiness of deposit funding is worth the cost and effort needed to convince customers to move their money. British regulators are in talks with ...and more »
(30-08-2016)

Scottish households see biggest rise in wealth in UK - Scotsman

ScotsmanScottish households see biggest rise in wealth in UKScotsmanTom McPhail, head of pensions research at Hargreaves Lansdown Pensions, said that public sector guaranteed final salary pensions could be a factor influencing the increase in Scotland's personal wealth. He said: “If you look at the demographics ...and more »
(29-08-2016)

Debt woes 'weigh heavily' on young people, survey finds - BBC News

BBC NewsDebt woes 'weigh heavily' on young people, survey findsBBC NewsMore than a third of young people have debts of almost £3,000 and experience significant concerns about money. A survey of 2,042 people aged 18 to 24 conducted for the Money Advice Trust by YouGov found that they borrowed using credit cards, ...Third of Young People 'Heavily Burdened' with DebtMoney Expert (blog)all 10 news articles »
(29-08-2016)

Debt woes 'weigh heavily' on young people, survey finds - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsDebt woes 'weigh heavily' on young people, survey finds - BBC NewsBBC NewsMore than a third of 18 to 24-year-olds have debts of almost £3000 and experience significant concerns about their finances, a survey finds.and more »
(29-08-2016)

'Property a better bet than pensions', says Bank of England chief economist - New Zealand Herald

Telegraph.co.uk'Property a better bet than pensions', says Bank of England chief economistNew Zealand HeraldAs money paid into pensions attracts UK tax relief at 20 per cent for basic rate taxpayers, and 40 per cent for higher rate taxpayers, they are normally seen as the best way to save for a retirement income. But as the rates available for savers turning ...Bank of England boss Andy Haldane says you're better off putting money into PROPERTYDaily Mailall 37 news articles »
(29-08-2016)
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