Morning MoneyBeat Europe: Will the ECB Crank Up QE?Yahoo Finance UKChina's stock indexes may be closed for a holiday, but European markets aren't likely to see much reprieve from the action. Why? Well it's European Central Bank policy meeting day, and Friday's U.S. jobs report is, of course, looming. Markets have ...
AOL Money UKStore cards "a complete scandal"AOL Money UKAnd if you can afford to pay your balance off in full each month, then it may be worth paying an annual fee to take out a cashback credit card that rewards you for spending instead. Cards of this kind include NatWest cash back plus and American Express ...and more »
FundwebPersonal Touch to hike fees from OctoberFundwebPersonal Touch Financial Services is to hike fees from October in response to rising FCA and professional indemnity costs. The network wrote to members this week to explain that costs would increase ahead of the year end, with firms paying an extra £4 ...
The GuardianRevealed: the widening gulf between salaries and house pricesThe GuardianThe gap between house prices and income have led the OECD to class the UK in the category of countries “where houses appear overvalued but prices are rising”. The OECD warns that economies in this category, which also include Canada, Australia and ...and more »
Money MarketCredit and debit card fees to be cappedMoney MarketAccording to the British Retail Consortium, there were 10.7 billion credit and debit card transactions in 2013, proving that the way we spend our money is changing. In addition to taking on the matter of high credit and debit card charges, the EU is ...and more »