FSCS pays out £1m so far for firm's adviceFT Adviser“I don't think there will be a large amount of money available. This is one where the ... Both of those decisions, which were reached in December 2015 and January 2016, related to transfers into self-invested personal pensions. One related to a man who ...and more »
Express.co.ukInvesting in favourite hobbies for profit return on the riseExpress.co.ukYet most experts will tell you to invest for love rather than money, with two thirds of classic car owners prioritising having fun over making financial gains, which is wise as they are currently the most expensive area to invest in, with an average ...
The GuardianScotland's North Sea oil revenues collapse - business liveThe GuardianOil prices are down following an unexpected increase in US crude stocks. The rise in stocks has revived fears over a supply glut. Brent crude is down 1% or 52 cents at $49.46 a barrel, after touching an intraday low of $49.07. US West Texas ...and more »
AOL Money UKSlump in mortgage approvals following Brexit voteAOL Money UKThe BBA said gross mortgage borrowing rose 6% to £12.6 billion in July compared to the same month last year. Re-mortgaging was also 6% higher in July in contrast to 2015 and 21% up in the first seven months of this year. Samuel Tombs, chief UK ...Britain's borrowers are taking advantage of a cooling property market and cheap moneyBusiness Insider UKBrits banish Brexit fears with massive £291million credit card splurge - but experts warn of future problemsMirror.co.ukBanks say Brexit has not hit mortgage borrowingMoney MarketingMortgage Solutionsall 34 news articles »
Spectator.co.uk (blog)Property sales, first-time buyers, pensions and studentsSpectator.co.uk (blog)In other Brexit news, Thisismoney reports that over half of households across the UK are concerned about the potential impact of Britain's vote to leave the EU on their personal finances and jobs. Nearly 27 per cent of Briton's are worried that June's ...and more »