|Feb 04-Apr 04 - (5)|
|May 04-Jul 04 - (6)|
|Aug 04-Oct 04 - (4)|
|Nov 04-Jan 05 - (6)|
|Feb 05-Apr 05 - (120)|
|May 05-Jul 05 - (125)|
|Aug 05-Oct 05 - (133)|
|Nov 05-Jan 06 - (128)|
|Feb 06-Apr 06 - (129)|
|May 06-Jul 06 - (257)|
|Aug 06-Oct 06 - (187)|
|Nov 06-Jan 07 - (164)|
|Feb 07-Apr 07 - (121)|
|May 07-Jul 07 - (137)|
|Aug 07-Oct 07 - (126)|
|Nov 07-Jan 08 - (118)|
|Feb 08-Apr 08 - (103)|
|May 08-Jul 08 - (65)|
|Aug 08-Oct 08 - (92)|
|Nov 08-Jan 09 - (79)|
|Feb 09-Apr 09 - (69)|
|May 09-Jul 09 - (70)|
|Aug 09-Oct 09 - (67)|
|Nov 09-Jan 10 - (67)|
|Feb 10-Apr 10 - (67)|
|May 10-Jul 10 - (68)|
|Aug 10-Oct 10 - (69)|
|Nov 10-Jan 11 - (65)|
|Feb 11-Apr 11 - (62)|
|May 11-Jul 11 - (96)|
|Aug 11-Oct 11 - (65)|
|Nov 11-Jan 12 - (58)|
|Feb 12-Apr 12 - (61)|
|May 12-Jul 12 - (60)|
|Aug 12-Oct 12 - (61)|
|Nov 12-Jan 13 - (57)|
|Feb 13-Apr 13 - (61)|
|May 13-Jul 13 - (64)|
|Aug 13-Oct 13 - (63)|
|Nov 13-Jan 14 - (3)|
|Late payments affecting smaller firms - Fri, 16 Apr, 2010|
Many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are suffering as a result of late payments into their business bank accounts, according to new research.
A study conducted by NatWest and The Royal Bank [more]
|Online banking takeover to benefit customers - Fri, 16 Apr, 2010|
The recent takeover of an online banking company is set to have significant benefits for its customers and clients.
Leeds-based TD Waterhouse has fully acquired the private bank Internaxx, having pre [more]
|Social networking fuelling car insurance claims - Thu, 15 Apr, 2010|
An increasing number of motorists are becoming involved in accidents caused by social networking while driving, it has been found.
Research carried out by Swinton indicates that there has been a 12 p [more]
|Brown urged to cap interest on personal loans - Wed, 14 Apr, 2010|
The government should target the banks in order to win votes for the forthcoming election, it has been claimed.
Left-wing pressure group Compass asserts that the public want policies that will be dir [more]
|Savers urged to make small monthly investments - Tue, 13 Apr, 2010|
Small monthly investments are a highly-effective way of building funds in a savings account, an expert has advised.
According to a recent study conducted by Fidelity International, savings of £ [more]
|Clegg pledges IHT action - Mon, 12 Apr, 2010|
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to address inheritance tax (IHT) as part of their proposed tax plan.
Party leader Nick Clegg said IHT and capital gains tax would be equalised, while existing tax l [more]
|Personal loans boosting car sales - Fri, 9 Apr, 2010|
An increasing number of people are taking out personal loans in order to purchase a car, a new study has found.
Research conducted by Sainsbury's Finance revealed that some 24 per cent of those [more]
|Car insurance premiums on the rise - Thu, 8 Apr, 2010|
The cost of running a car is becoming more expensive as premiums on car insurance increase, according to new data.
Research conducted by Sainsburys Finance indicates that car insurance prices have in [more]
|More incentive needed for savers - Wed, 7 Apr, 2010|
The government should do more to encourage a culture of saving money in the current economic climate, it has been claimed.
A study conducted by action campaign group Save Our Savers indicated that ma [more]
|Virgin gets funding for RBS bid - Tue, 6 Apr, 2010|
Virgin Money has received a substantial investment from the billionaire Wilbur Ross as part of its bid for the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
After being salvaged by the government last year, current [more]
|Lenders favouring quality borrowers - Mon, 5 Apr, 2010|
Lenders are planning to limit their personal loans and overdrafts to customers who are deemed to be 'good quality', according to a new study.
The Bank of England’s Credit Conditions S [more]
|Customers happy with online banking - Fri, 2 Apr, 2010|
The majority of banking customers are happy with the online services they are been provided with, according to new research.
Despite an increase in cases of internet fraud, the ICM study conducted fo [more]
|Young UK drivers praised by report - Thu, 1 Apr, 2010|
UK drivers under the age of 25 are less likely to make claims on their car insurance than their European counterparts, according a new study.
Research conducted by insurance specialists AXA indicated [more]
|Government to encourage bank lending to businesses - Wed, 31 Mar, 2010|
The government has pledged to introduce tighter guidelines on bank loans to businesses, it has emerged.
Pressure has been mounting over the issue, with ministers asking Alistair Darling why Lloyds Ba [more]
|Personal loans on the rise - Tue, 30 Mar, 2010|
The number of people taking out personal loans has increased recently, according to new figures.
Research conducted by the British Bankers' Association (BBA) revealed that some £1.3 billio [more]
|Government to expand Post Office banking - Mon, 29 Mar, 2010|
The Post Office is set to offer a wider range of financial services as part of a new expansion plan from the government, it has emerged.
Among the new products to be made available will be a weekly b [more]
|Government urged to further raise ISA savings account limits - Fri, 26 Mar, 2010|
Economists are calling for Alistair Darling to raise the individual savings account (ISA) limit further. They claim this will make a greater impact on the economy by encouraging investment and spendin [more]
|Budget scraps stamp duty for most first time buyers - Thu, 25 Mar, 2010|
First-time buyers have had their financial situation eased a little, after Alistair Darling announced the scrapping of stamp duty for less-expensive houses.
Currently, the property tax is charged at [more]
|Fraudsters targeting online bankers - Wed, 24 Mar, 2010|
Fraudsters are increasingly focusing on online banking customers as they represent a relatively easy target, it has emerged.
According to a new report from the UK Cards Association, online banking fr [more]
|FCO efficiency being compromised MPs warn - Tue, 23 Mar, 2010|
The Foreign Office (FCO) is being significantly compromised by recent currency decisions made by the government, it has been claimed.
Foreign Secretary David Miliband and Chancellor Alistair Darling [more]
|Prev 1 2 3 4 Next|