Brits have amassed £1.3bn worth of loose change as millions of savers choose penny jars over banks and building societies.
With Greece already in the grip of deflation, and other economies teetering on the edge, Emile Gagna, economist at Candriam Investors, analyses how investors should react
The average price difference between a flat and a first house is 125 per cent in Edinburgh, making it one of the hardest places to scale the property ladder in the UK.
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Millions of Brits are now working for themselves, but the freedom of being your own boss could be a roadblock when it comes to securing a mortgage.
Global investors have been snapping up cheap Chinese stocks as signs of a banking collapse recede, but economic data remains mixed.
UK stocks saw a subdued start on Thursday as investors continued to digest rate-hike speculation following minutes of the latest Bank of England and Federal Reserve meetings.
Southern homeowners are more worried about an incoming rate rise and its effect on mortgage payments than borrowers in the North East, Wales or Scotland, said a survey.
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Two members of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee voted for a 25bps rate hike this month, latest minutes show - the first call for a hike in over three years.
By combining Budget reforms with existing rules which reward savers who delay taking their State pension, eligible women can boost their payout by up to tens of thousands of pounds over a lifetime.
Bank of Scotland has been unfairly double billing customers who fell behind on their mortgages, a High Court judge in Belfast has ruled.
UK stocks snapped a five-day winning streak on Wednesday ahead of the minutes from meetings at the Bank of England (BoE) and Federal Reserve (Fed).
Investor sentiment has fallen to some of its lowest levels in two years as the FTSE 100 faces strong headwinds.
People turning 65 this year can expect to live an average of nearly 20 years in retirement, according to an analysis of Office for National Statistics data by Prudential.
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