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Top 10 Financial Tips for 2005 - Fri, 14 Jan, 2005
January is the perfect month for developing new priorities and goals for the year ahead, but this financial plan will work anytime you need to put your finances in order. We have put a top-ten list together of important, but often neglected, tips and tasks that will help increase the wealth of you a... [more]

77% increase in calls to Debt Helpline in December - Thu, 13 Jan, 2005
On Tuesday (04/01/2005), the first working day of the year, the Consumer Credit Counselling Service took more than a thousand telephone calls from people seeking help with debt.

It's the largest number of calls they have ever taken in a single day and it surprised them. January tends to be a quie... [more]

Tsunami hits Jakarta shares - Mon, 10 Jan, 2005
The stock market in Jakarta has seen its biggest slide in a month, after the country doubled the likely cost of rebuilding from the Asian tsunami.

The fall came as Indonesia said it expected debt repayments of up to 30 trillion rupiah (£1.7bn) to be frozen to help pay for the recovery.

By M... [more]

Bank of England leaves rate unchanged - Thu, 9 Dec, 2004
Interest rates have stayed at 4.75 percent for the fourth month running.

Following the final monthly meeting of 2004, the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) decided to take no action amid signs of a slowing economy.
The Bank's base lending rate has stood still for the past four month... [more]

Pre-Budget Report - Main Points - Thu, 2 Dec, 2004
"Growth this year will be, just as I forecast, above 3 percent - 3.25 percent. In other words, Britain will extend the longest period of uninterrupted growth in the industrial history of our country," Gordon Brown told parliament on Thursday, 2nd December in an assessment of the economy. He also out... [more]

House market decline slows - Tue, 16 Nov, 2004
A lack of new buyers has contributed to a fall-off in housing market activity, with the number of sales down 25% over the past year, their lowest level in nine years. New enquiries fell for the sixth consecutive month according to the latest RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) survey of ... [more]