Express.co.uk10 ways Brexit could affect your financesExpress.co.ukHow will Brexit affect your finances? Here are 10 ways the UK's decision to quit the EU could affect you. ... Simon Vella, chief marketing officer at pension specialists Profile Financial, says: “Pension savings are a long-term investment and although ...and more »
The GuardianUK borrowing rose at fastest rate in more than a decadeThe GuardianBritish consumers borrowed more than expected in May to buy homes and fund other purchases in a sign of confidence before last week's shock decision to leave the EU. The amount of credit extended to borrowers, which includes credit cards, personal ...and more »
The GuardianUK borrowing rises at fastest rate in more than a decadeThe GuardianThe amount of credit extended to borrowers, which includes credit cards, personal loans and overdrafts, rose by 9.9% compared with a year earlier. This was the fastest annual rate in more than a decade and up from 9.6% in April. Over the month consumer ...and more »
Financial TimesHow credit card borrowing has climbedFinancial TimesIn a nutshell, it shows how our borrowing on credit cards — introduced in the UK 50 years ago this week — has increased steadily since the financial crisis. These are the monthly consumer lending figures (excluding student loans) from the Bank of ...
This is MoneyToday marks 50 years of credit cards in the UK: Here are 15 facts you never knew about your flexible friendThis is MoneyThe latest figures show the amount we owe on credit cards as a nation stood at £64.4 billion in April, or £2,387 per household. The Money Charity warns that it would 25 years and six months to repay this sum if you made only the minimum repayment each ...The most dangerous 50-year-old in BritainMirror.co.ukall 7 news articles »