Consumer confidence has dropped for the second time in 2014, according to the Lloyds Bank Spending Power Report for September, though sentiment remains fairly positive.
More than 1m Brits took advantage of the Current Account Switch Service in its first year, according to the payments council, with provider swaps increasing by 22 per cent. See the winners and losers here.
Third party fraud – more commonly known as identity theft – now accounts for 47 per cent of all fraud cases prevented and detected.
A third of Brits will start the New Year in debt after an expensive holiday season, according to the Money Advice Service (MAS). Can planning ahead help you avoid the debt trap?
Two directors of HSBC's UK arm are poised to quit in protest at new Bank of England rules that pave the way for lengthy jail sentences to be imposed on senior managers of failed lenders, according to reports.
A fifth of under-25s are likely to swap their current accounts using the Current Account Switch Guarantee, according to YouGov, compared to just eight per cent of over-55s.
Barclays is expected to be hit with a £38m fine this week for failing to adequately protect clients' funds, according to a report on Sky News.
If you're in the market for a new investment or a Marks & Spencer gift card, this is the week for you.
As trust in challenger banks grows, a full three quarters of Brits say they would be comfortable banking with John Lewis if given the option.
Brits have amassed £1.3bn worth of loose change as millions of savers choose penny jars over banks and building societies.
The average estimated student debt has increased 14 per cent from last year and now stands at more than £19,000.
Lloyds is continuing to pressurise staff to mis-sell credit cards, loans and insurance, a leaked email has revealed - just months after the bank was fined £28m for promoting a ruthless sales culture.
The myth of free current accounts will soon be over, argues Roger Davies.
The Co-operative Group has released details of its new governance structure following a review by ex-City minister Lord Myners.
Here Julie Hutchison of Standard Life gives her top ten tips for the parents of teens about to embark on gap year adventures.
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