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The GuardianBritons travelling to Europe offered just €0.88 for £1The GuardianBritish holidaymakers heading to Europe for this weekend's big getaway are being offered what may be the worst ever foreign exchange rates at British airports – in one case, just 88 euro cents for every pound they hand over. The 88 euro cents offered ...and more »
Reuters UKWeak mortgage income hurts US regional lendersReuters UKN) and Citigroup Inc (C.N) reported mortgage banking revenue declines of 33 percent to 41 percent last week. While mortgage banking remained a dark spot, most regional lenders benefited from having to set aside less money to meet future losses as their ...and more »
Weak mortgage income hurts US regional lendersDaily MailWhile mortgage banking remained a dark spot, most regional lenders benefited from having to set aside less money to meet future losses as their energy portfolios improved. Provision for loan losses fell between 38 percent and 65 percent at SunTrust ...and more »
The SunHow to buy tickets for sold out gigs and events at face value by swerving reselling websitesThe SunMobile ticket app DICE, meanwhile, is now allowing concert goers to get their money back for sold out gigs they can no longer go to, if someone on the waiting list wants to take it off your hands. ... Try your card provider: If you paid on a credit ...and more »
This is Money'It's time to stop punishing landlords': Former Tory leader IDS claims government is 'missing the point' on housing ...This is Money... politicians in his own camp realise the value that private landlords have in providing quality homes to large numbers of British families, Duncan Smith also called on Prime Minister Theresa May to scrap the move to taper tax relief on buy-to-let ...
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The Digital Counter-Revolution - The Daily Reckoning

The Daily ReckoningThe Digital Counter-RevolutionThe Daily Reckoning“Beyond the realm of cash payments, no transaction is private. And your financial behaviour says more about you than anything,” writes Dominic Frisby in his book Bitcoin: The Future of Money? “Banks, credit card companies, merchants and the government ...and more »
(18-07-2017)

Let buyers borrow more on greener homes, urges report | Business ... - The Guardian

The GuardianLet buyers borrow more on greener homes, urges report | Business ...The GuardianMaking energy ratings a factor in mortgage offers could let people borrow up to £11500 more, says Lenders group.and more »
(18-07-2017)

Let buyers borrow more on greener homes, urges report - The Guardian

The GuardianLet buyers borrow more on greener homes, urges reportThe GuardianHomebuyers could take out bigger mortgages if the energy ratings of properties were factored into the lending criteria of banks and building societies, government-funded research has found. Although estate agents are legally bound to display energy ...and more »
(18-07-2017)

Pound to euro exchange rate - sterling SLIPS as Conservatives divide over Brexit - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukPound to euro exchange rate - sterling SLIPS as Conservatives divide over BrexitExpress.co.ukSterling could also see a boost if data out of the UK today beats expectations. Ms Parsons said: “Today's UK inflation report is likely to cause further pound movement, with rising inflation having the potential to bolster both Bank of England (BoE ...and more »
(18-07-2017)

Mortgage borrowers 'well placed to cope with rate rise' - FT Adviser

FT AdviserMortgage borrowers 'well placed to cope with rate rise'FT AdviserAnalysis by UK Finance - the new trade body that incorporates the Council of Mortgage Lenders – suggested that if rates do rise, most borrowers will be able to take it in their stride. Many will not see feel any immediate impact, as more than half of ...and more »
(18-07-2017)

Hundreds of disabled people in Norfolk and Suffolk wrongly stripped of Personal Independence Payments - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Norfolk Eastern Daily PressHundreds of disabled people in Norfolk and Suffolk wrongly stripped of Personal Independence PaymentsNorfolk Eastern Daily PressIn March a group of MPs on a Work and Pensions committee heard evidence that PIP assessments done by contractors Capita and Atos Healthcare were of poor quality. John Evans, 65, from Stowbridge in West Norfolk who successfully overturned a decision ...and more »
(18-07-2017)

Pound to euro exchange rate – Sterling's growth dips slightly but still far cry from last week's plunging low - The Sun

The SunPound to euro exchange rate – Sterling's growth dips slightly but still far cry from last week's plunging lowThe SunSterling has lost around 16 per cent against the dollar and 14 per cent against the euro since Britain voted to quit the EU last June, though it has recovered some ground since hitting 31-year lows last October. Sterling dropped to ... on the market ...and more »
(18-07-2017)

My husband died and I have £100k from his pensions - how do I get a decent income for my retirement? Steve Webb ... - This is Money

This is MoneyMy husband died and I have £100k from his pensions - how do I get a decent income for my retirement? Steve Webb ...This is MoneyWhilst your adviser will give you advice based on your full personal circumstances, I can offer some ideas about some of the options open to someone in your situation. As you imply, one ... Although you may feel it is a bit late to start saving, if you ...and more »
(18-07-2017)

My husband died and I have £100k from his pensions | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyMy husband died and I have £100k from his pensions | This is MoneyThis is MoneyMy husband died recently before taking his pension and under the new rules I get very little. What can I do to get a decent annual income for my future? I need ...and more »
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Let homebuyers borrow more on energy efficient properties, urges report - The Guardian

The GuardianLet homebuyers borrow more on energy efficient properties, urges reportThe GuardianHomebuyers could take out bigger mortgages if the energy ratings of properties were factored into the lending criteria of banks and building societies, government-funded research has found. Although estate agents are legally bound to display energy ...
(18-07-2017)

The new rules of clean spending - could the 5:2 money diet make you rich? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe new rules of clean spending - could the 5:2 money diet make you rich?Telegraph.co.ukLike many of my friends, I have a modicum of debt – around £1,000 on my credit card and a £500 overdraft. And while my pecuniary slovenliness isn't causing me sleepless nights just yet, I have that unsettling feeling you get when your kitchen is ...
(17-07-2017)

UK Finance: Borrowers can withstand rate rises | Mortgage Introducer - Mortgage Introducer

Mortgage IntroducerUK Finance: Borrowers can withstand rate rises | Mortgage IntroducerMortgage IntroducerThe majority of mortgage holders can withstand multiple rate rises in the next couple of years, UK Finance's analytics manager James Tatch has concluded.and more »
(17-07-2017)

Understanding personal finance can actually make you richer, says our new columnist Peter Sharkey - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Norfolk Eastern Daily PressUnderstanding personal finance can actually make you richer, says our new columnist Peter SharkeyNorfolk Eastern Daily PressAll perfectly accurate statements, but it would be pushing things to call personal finance 'cool', or suggest that understanding pension contributions will transform you into a bon vivant. Perhaps a ... 55m - Cups of coffee consumed in the UK every day.and more »
(17-07-2017)

Online Porn Age Verification Could Mean Poorer Brits Are Prevented From Watching - HuffPost UK

HuffPost UKOnline Porn Age Verification Could Mean Poorer Brits Are Prevented From WatchingHuffPost UKThere were 31.8 million credit card holders in the UK last year, according to the UK Cards Association, meaning around 30% of the voting-age population did not have a credit card. The new rules, part of the Digital Economy Act, are part of a drive to ...and more »
(17-07-2017)

Hammond is actually right: Public sector employees do get paid more than the rest of us - Business Insider

Business InsiderHammond is actually right: Public sector employees do get paid more than the rest of usBusiness InsiderLONDON — Chancellor Philip Hammond received some negative publicity over the weekend when several of his colleagues briefed the Sunday papers that he was refusing to lift the 1% pay-rise cap for public sector workers because he believes government ...and more »
(17-07-2017)
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