Mirror.co.ukBrits banish Brexit fears with massive £291million credit card splurge - but experts warn of future problemsMirror.co.ukHouseholds slapped £291million more on their credit cards than they repaid in July, according to figures from the British Bankers' Association. The jump, up nearly a fifth on July 2015, came despite reports that consumer confidence had tanked in the ...and more »
Money Briefs: UK banks' approval of mortgages downThe Straits TimesLONDON • The number of mortgages approved by British banks last month fell to its lowest in a year, but robust credit growth added to signs that the Brexit vote has had little impact on consumers so far, industry data showed yesterday. British banks ...
Telegraph.co.ukRock-bottom interest rates are tearing up Britain's steady investment cultureTelegraph.co.ukOne is that hard work, thrift and long-term planning should be rewarded in return for the public being asked to take control of their personal finances. Because we now live longer, the company-organised private sector final salary pension model is no ...
Spectator.co.uk (blog)An independent Scotland would now be bankruptSpectator.co.uk (blog)This hasn't hurt the UK economy because the stimulus from cheaper fuel generally balances out lower North Sea receipts. ... It can do this because so much extra money is sent up from England. ..... of the heap, the miserable beggars whom we never ...and more »
This is MoneySmall deposit mortgages dry up as Help to Buy scheme comes to a ...This is MoneyThe number of deals available to those looking to buy (or remortgage) with just a 5 per cent deposit has dropped 16 per cent over just five months, from a high of ...Property sales, first-time buyers, pensions and students | Coffee HouseSpectator.co.uk (blog)all 6 news articles »