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Banks start to welcome millennialsThe TimesIn England the average house price is £243,945, according to the latest UK House Price Index, which means £12,197 for a 5 per cent deposit. In London it is £483,568 (£24,178 deposit). Adrian Anderson, the director of Anderson Harris, a broker, says ...
Daily MailWhich online review sites can you REALLY trust when it comes to removal firms, renovators and estate agents?Daily MailMortgages: Researching comparisons between mortgage products is easy online, and simpler still thanks to independent financial services such as moneyfacts.co.uk. Remember some mortgage brokers receive commission from firms they recommend — there's a ...
The TimesBritons raid savings accounts to keep pace with rising pricesThe TimesRegulators are concerned that the availability of cheap money may be storing up debt problems. They fear that this could lead to banks losing £30 billion if there was a sudden rise in defaults on credit cards and personal loans should unemployment or ...
ReutersEurope's retailers tempt shoppers with Black Friday dealsReutersThe jury remains out on whether retailers make money by cutting prices in an event that was imported to Britain from the United States by online retailer Amazon (AMZN.O) in 2010. By 3 p.m., Barclaycard, which processes nearly half of UK debit and ...and more »
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(25-11-2017)

Banks start to welcome millennials - The Times

Banks start to welcome millennialsThe TimesIn England the average house price is £243,945, according to the latest UK House Price Index, which means £12,197 for a 5 per cent deposit. In London it is £483,568 (£24,178 deposit). Adrian Anderson, the director of Anderson Harris, a broker, says ...
(25-11-2017)

Which online review sites can you REALLY trust when it comes to removal firms, renovators and estate agents? - Daily Mail

Daily MailWhich online review sites can you REALLY trust when it comes to removal firms, renovators and estate agents?Daily MailMortgages: Researching comparisons between mortgage products is easy online, and simpler still thanks to independent financial services such as moneyfacts.co.uk. Remember some mortgage brokers receive commission from firms they recommend — there's a ...
(24-11-2017)

Britons raid savings accounts to keep pace with rising prices - The Times

The TimesBritons raid savings accounts to keep pace with rising pricesThe TimesRegulators are concerned that the availability of cheap money may be storing up debt problems. They fear that this could lead to banks losing £30 billion if there was a sudden rise in defaults on credit cards and personal loans should unemployment or ...
(24-11-2017)

Europe's retailers tempt shoppers with Black Friday deals - Reuters

ReutersEurope's retailers tempt shoppers with Black Friday dealsReutersThe jury remains out on whether retailers make money by cutting prices in an event that was imported to Britain from the United States by online retailer Amazon (AMZN.O) in 2010. By 3 p.m., Barclaycard, which processes nearly half of UK debit and ...and more »
(24-11-2017)

Mortgage lending jumps higher, but uncertainties ahead – UK Finance - Your Money

Mortgage lending jumps higher, but uncertainties ahead – UK FinanceYour Money“This is perhaps not a big surprise,” commented UK Finance, “as FTBs have been supported by a variety of government housing schemes, good credit availability and competitive mortgage rates while tax changes have weighed on BTL and cash activity.”.
(24-11-2017)

Know your rights this Black Friday - moneyfacts.co.uk

Wall Street JournalKnow your rights this Black Fridaymoneyfacts.co.uk... spending more than you can afford. You could even try to bulk up your money saving by shopping through cashback websites, or putting your purchases on a cashback credit card, provided you can comfortably afford to repay the balance. Happy shopping!The origins of Black Friday and where you can get discount deals in WiganWigan TodayAsda Black Friday 2017: The full lowdown including 'rollback' deals on baby essentials, clothes, TVs, toys, Yankee ...Mirror.co.ukall 950 news articles »
(24-11-2017)

Black Friday sales rise in UK despite fewer shoppers on high street - The Guardian

The GuardianBlack Friday sales rise in UK despite fewer shoppers on high streetThe GuardianBut momentum built during the day and Barclaycard, which processes nearly half of all debit and credit card transactions in the UK, estimated that Black Friday spending finished up 8% on 2016. John Lewis described the promotional bonanza as “one of its ...and more »
(24-11-2017)

£400k-a-year BBC presenter reveals credit card hack live on air as criminals blow thousands in luxury hotels - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk£400k-a-year BBC presenter reveals credit card hack live on air as criminals blow thousands in luxury hotelsMirror.co.ukA £400,000-a-year BBC presenter revealed his credit cards had been hacked while he was live on air. Stephen Nolan interrupted his ... from one of my credit cards. "Apparently I am currently spending money in three hotels in three different parts of the ...BBC presenter Stephen Nolan's credit cards hacked while on live TV – and used to pay for luxury hotels around the worldThe SunStephen Nolan claims his credit cards are being hacked live on airBelfast LiveWATCH: BBC's Nolan 'distracted' as credit cards hacked during live TV programmeBelfast Telegraphall 10 news articles »
(24-11-2017)

£400k-a-year BBC presenter reveals credit card hack live on air as ... - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk£400k-a-year BBC presenter reveals credit card hack live on air as ...Mirror.co.ukStephen Nolan apologised to viewers for being 'distracted' on his talk show as he gave details about the criminal activity - as a guest joked 'you can afford it'BBC presenter's credit cards hacked while on live TV - and used to ...The SunStephen Nolan claims his credit cards are being hacked live on air ...Belfast LiveWATCH: BBC's Nolan 'distracted' as credit cards hacked during live ...Belfast Telegraphall 9 news articles »
(24-11-2017)

UK households tap savings at fastest rate ever - Financial Times

Financial TimesUK households tap savings at fastest rate everFinancial TimesUK households withdrew money from their tax-free savings accounts at the fastest rate on record in October, whereas businesses built up their cash reserves instead of investing, highlighting the impact of the Brexit-induced squeeze on living standards ...Borrowing and investing by businesses slows, as households draw on Isa accounts at fastest rate on recordCity A.M.all 2 news articles »
(24-11-2017)

UK mortgage approvals sink to 13-month low, credit card borrowing ... - Reuters

ReutersUK mortgage approvals sink to 13-month low, credit card borrowing ...ReutersLONDON, (Reuters) - - British banks approved the fewest mortgages for house purchases in over a year last month, while existing home-owners rushed to ...Burst of remortgage activity was seen by high street banks in OctoberAOL Travel UKall 20 news articles »
(24-11-2017)

UK mortgage approvals sink to 13-month low, credit card borrowing sags - Reuters

ReutersUK mortgage approvals sink to 13-month low, credit card borrowing sagsReutersThe UK Finance figures showed annual growth in credit card lending slowed to 5.1 percent in October from 5.5 percent the month before, and net credit card lending was its weakest since December at 81 million pounds. Lending to non-financial businesses ...Mortgage lending jumps higher, but uncertainties ahead – UK FinanceYour MoneyBurst of remortgage activity was seen by high street banks in OctoberAOL Travel UKall 20 news articles »
(24-11-2017)

UK mortgage approvals sink to 13-month low, credit card borrowing sags - Reuters UK

Reuters UKUK mortgage approvals sink to 13-month low, credit card borrowing sagsReuters UKCredit card lending also grew at its weakest rate since December and the overall rate of credit card lending growth slowed, trade association UK Finance said on Friday. Britain's economy has slowed since the start of the year has higher inflation since ...and more »
(24-11-2017)

UK Oct mortgage approvals 40488 vs 40650 expected - ForexLive

UK Oct mortgage approvals 40488 vs 40650 expectedForexLiveClients and prospects are advised to carefully consider the opinions and analysis offered in the blogs or other information sources in the context of the client or prospect's individual analysis and decision making. None of the blogs or other sources ...and more »
(24-11-2017)
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