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Bank of England Raises Interest Rates: What Does It Mean for You?

The Bank of England has raised the interest rate from 0.5% to 0.75% – the first rise since 2009.

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Rising Interest Rates: What Does It Mean For You?

Rising Interest Rates: What Does It Mean For You?

If you’ve seen any sort of news coverage over the past week, then you’ll know that the Bank of England have decided to put the interest rate up, from 0.25% to 0.5%.

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Lloyds Under Fire On Car Finance Lending - Image By Tim Green - Via Flickr

Lloyds Under Fire On Car Finance Lending

Lloyds Bank has come under fire for bulk-mailing an eye-catching car loan offer without credit checking customers first.

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Explaining Wage Growth - Pound

Explaining Wage Growth

You’ve probably heard it in the news before. Wage growth. Usually it’s tied to a report about inflation or employment. But was it is, how is it tied to inflation, and why does it matter anyway?

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Even the FCA is Worried About Rising Personal Debt

Even the FCA is Worried About Rising Personal Debt

Personal debt is spiralling out of control. At least, that seems to be the view of the Financial Conduct Authority, who are considering bringing the sector under its purview in an effort to protect customers.

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Financial Outlook Worst in 4 Years, Say UK Households

A new report from financial data company Markit suggests our financial outlook is at its lowest point since 2013.

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What Do You Need To Know About Trading The GBP?

What Do You Need To Know About Trading The GBP?

Currency trading is the most active market in the world.

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