The GuardianBank of England plans to make banks hold up to £10 billion more capitalReutersThe central bank said credit conditions in Britain had largely recovered from the financial crisis as banks began to lend more freely, and warned that asset prices were vulnerable to a big rise in interest rates and emerging market risks. "Following ...Surge in consumer lending could prompt Bank of England interventionThe GuardianRBS and Standard Chartered singled out as BoE unveils stress test resultsTelegraph.co.ukUK October consumer credit rises strongly, mortgage approvals edge higherMoney MarketFinancial Times -Property Reporterall 89 news articles »
Interest free periods at all time high: five major risksAOL Money UKMatt Sanders, Gocompare.com's credit card spokesperson, commented: "As credit card companies compete for customers, offering a longer 0% introductory period has become the go-to way of attracting consumers. The appeal is clear - a longer period of 0% ...
AOL Money UKHomebuyers mortgage approvals rose in October following dropAOL Money UKJoanna Elson, chief executive of the Money Advice Trust, the charity that runs National Debtline, said: "Today's figures confirm that we are in the middle of a significant and prolonged rise in borrowing by households, with consumer credit now growing ...U.K. Mortgage Approvals Increase MarginallyRTT Newsall 7 news articles »
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The GuardianPlan UK suffers computer and data theftThe GuardianPlan UK said no debit or credit card details were taken, and the information obtained by the thieves “cannot be used directly to access supporters' bank accounts”. It added that the security measures in place meant that obtaining the personal ...and more »