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Aldi named as the cheapest supermarket in November

Aldi has been named the UK’s cheapest supermarket in November in new research from a UK ...

The five online savings myths that are costing you over £600 a year

By not using online savings accounts and relying on big-name high street banks, customers ...

Challenger bank Kroo launches market-leading current account offering 2%

Digital bank Kroo has today launched its new current account offering customers 2% AER on ...

New easy access best buy saver pays market-leading 2.85% 

Coventry Building Society has jumped to the top of the easy access savings accounts with a...

Half of people with disabilities embarrassed to ask questions during homebuying process

Nearly seven in 10 people with a condition that impacts their mobility fear they are seen ...

Borrower demand for tracker and discounted mortgages leaps as fixed rates fall

Tracker and discounted mortgages have surged in popularity with clients while activity on ...

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Over half of workers have felt need for mental health support at work

Some workers are put off from seeking help for their mental health at work for fear they w...

Job vacancies becoming harder to fill

Businesses are facing a skills shortage due to a combination of the pandemic and Brexit, w...

Over a million still on furlough, with scheme set to end within weeks

The end of the furlough scheme could lead to a rise in unemployment and increased househol...

Economic growth slowed in July as Covid cases rose

The July 'pingdemic' and supply chain problems stalled economic growth, hampering the UK's...

House price growth continuing to slow ‒ RICS

The rate of house price growth dipped in August according to the latest residential market...

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First Direct doubles Regular Saver interest rate to 7%

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