BBC NewsMarkets brace for more torrid tradingBBC NewsLondon is the world's biggest financial centre outside New York and investors are concerned leaving the EU will prompt some banks and financial companies - which made significant contributions to the UK economy - to move jobs and businesses to centres ...and more »
Express.co.ukThe first ever-existing credit card: Barclay's life-changing giftExpress.co.ukIt was a Barclaycard, the first credit card to be introduced into the UK, and I was one of the very first batch of a million customers to receive one. I didn't ask for it, ... my card. And hey, I didn't even have to have enough money in the bank to pay ...
Telegraph.co.ukKatie Hopkins: I expected to die before 50, so I needed to earn for my childrenTelegraph.co.ukBritain voted to leave the EU on Thursday Credit: REINHARD KRAUSE ... My parents were super-cautious with money so, although we were quite comfortable, I was brought up be fairly frugal. ... Do you prefer to pay by debit card, credit card or cash?and more »
ChronicleLiveOff on your holidays? We show you how to save money this summerChronicleLiveNew research from the consumer organisation as shown that holidaymakers could save up to £122 a week by opting for an overseas spending card or credit card instead of buying currency at the airport. And we have other tips to make your cash last longer.
Home truths: How the vote will affect youIrish IndependentSome €108bn is invested in pension funds here, much of it in equities and UK pension companies which operate here. With uncertainty surrounding stock markets, pension funds will take a hit, which will particularly be felt by those who are due to retire ...and more »