Why the office space market is set to boom in 2014 and how investors can take advantage.
Stricter mortgage criteria could bar the self-employed and those earning less than £25,000 a year from the mortgage market, a leading lender has said.
Co-operative Energy has increased the price of its standard tariff amid a wave of rate cuts by rival small energy providers.
Consumers who enter incorrect bank details when making a payment online will be able to recover their money more quickly from May.
Scotland’s banking sector could suffer an Icelandic-style crisis if the vote for independence is approved, Standard & Poor’s has warned.
Forecast-beating quarterly results from Wall Street heavyweights Apple and Facebook fed through to an upbeat start on UK stock markets on Thursday morning.
Rob Morgan, an analyst at Charles Stanley, says investors with a long-term time horizon should try to resist reacting to market noise.
Rich Stephens works on the trading floor at IG. Here he takes a look at how share prices in publically listed football clubs can move as fortunes on the field fluctuate.
The number of people who would consider exaggerating an insurance claim has risen by more than a third in five years, according to a study.
Energy regulator Ofgem has launched a new website aimed at helping consumers "shop around" for a better deal on their energy bills.
Vince Cable has attacked the salaries paid to the executives at the top of FTSE 100 companies and warned the government may intervene if boards do not rein in 'excessive' payouts.
UK stocks edged higher on Wednesday morning with Primark owner Associated British Foods leading the risers as markets extended gains after a surge the day before.
One in four savers are unaware of the new increased ISA allowance, which comes into force from 1 July, according to a survey by Halifax.
The majority of people do not read the terms and conditions and policy documents from their banks and insurance companies because they are too long and complicated, research has found.
The government's Help to Buy initiative was designed to help people buy a home with as little as a 5 per cent deposit.
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