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Personal loan rates rising fast - Tue, 1 Apr, 2008
Personal loan interest rates have risen to as much as 11.4 per cent from an already steep 10.62 per cent in January. ... [more]

Northern Rock Promises to Repay Taxpayers - Mon, 31 Mar, 2008
Northern Rock has promised to repay £24 billion to taxpayers by 2010 in spite of the fact it expects to be "significantly loss making" in 2008 and ... [more]

Shift in House Prices Prediction - Fri, 28 Mar, 2008
Mortgage lender Nationwide has changed its property value forecast based on March’s results, which yielded the UK’s lowest rate of house price inflat... [more]

FSA Admits Northern Rock Failure - Thu, 27 Mar, 2008
The Financial Services Authority (FSA), has admitted that it was inadequate in its regulation of troubled bank Northern Rock.... [more]

Bank of England Issues Credit Crunch Warning - Thu, 27 Mar, 2008
Mervyn King, the governor of the Bank of England, has warned the Government that the credit crunch is having a greater impact on the country’s econom... [more]

First time buyers 'being driven out' - Wed, 26 Mar, 2008
People looking to take their first steps in the housing ladder are being driven out of the UK's property market by a lack of affordability, it has be... [more]

Aging Brits 'still borrowing' - Wed, 26 Mar, 2008
Aging British consumers are still borrowing money to fund their lifestyles and to meet everyday expenses, according to a recent report.... [more]

First time buyer levels 'dropping' - Tue, 25 Mar, 2008
The proportion of property purchases accounted for by first time buyers in the UK has been dropping in recent weeks, new figures have demonstrated.... [more]

Nationwide points to 'savings account confusion' - Tue, 25 Mar, 2008
A report from the Nationwide Building Society has suggested that there is a degree of confusion among British consumers about how different savings ac... [more]

Children 'being taught about money at home' - Thu, 20 Mar, 2008
Children around the UK are being taught many of the basics of personal finance at an early age and in the home, according to recent research.... [more]

Credit cards 'funding romance' - Thu, 20 Mar, 2008
Credit cards are funding romantic nights out for thousands of couples around the country, according to a study by National Savings & Investments (NS&I... [more]

Would-be homebuyers 'spending billions of savings cash' - Wed, 19 Mar, 2008
The UK's would-be homebuyers are spending billions of pounds they had previously set aside in an effort to build a mortgage deposit, according to rec... [more]

Mortgage woes 'worsening' - Wed, 19 Mar, 2008
The financial woes affecting millions of British homeowners are worsening, a report from Citizen's Advice has suggested.... [more]

Holidaymakers get credit card warning - Tue, 18 Mar, 2008
Holidaymakers have been warned to make sure they will not be liable to unnecessary loading fees when spending on their credit cards outside the UK.... [more]

Community spirit 'enters house buying process' - Tue, 18 Mar, 2008
An assessment of a particular area's community spirit is part of the house buying process for millions of people around the country, it has been sugg... [more]

Brits 'donating millions via plastics cards' - Mon, 17 Mar, 2008
British consumers are donating millions of pounds each month to charitable causes via their plastic cards, according to the latest data from the UK's... [more]

More Brits 'aiming to offer finance advice' - Mon, 17 Mar, 2008
An increasing number of Britons are aiming to gain the qualifications they need to offer personal finance advice, it has been suggested.... [more]

Building society makes case for long-term fixes - Fri, 14 Mar, 2008
Nationwide Building Society has suggested that long-term fixed rate mortgage deals can offer the kind of stability that many British homeowners are lo... [more]

Investors 'favouring cash Isas' - Fri, 14 Mar, 2008
Investors in the UK tend to favour cash-based individual savings accounts (Isas) over their equity growth equivalents, recent research has demonstrate... [more]

Darling 'fails first time buyers' - Thu, 13 Mar, 2008
The first budget delivered by the new chancellor Alistair Darling has let down would-be first time buyers around the UK, it has been claimed.... [more]

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