News - August 2014
  • August

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Interest rate hike could risk UK economic recovery

Consumer spending should not be considered the sole driver for growth within the UK economy as investments and exports remain a vital component for building solid foundations for the economy say a leading business group. This stark warning on the state of the UK economy was delivered by The British...

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  • August

    26

    2014
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Borrowers prefer long term mortgage to reduce monthly payments

Do you aspire to be a homeowner? Are you worried about keeping up with high monthly repayments? Most of us with ambitions to climb the property ladder have to consider few financial aspects to realise such as dream, whether it’s saving up for a deposit, the amount of the property,...

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  • August

    21

    2014
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UK adults borrowing from family to ease financial burden

Do you struggle to keep up with living costs? Have you asked your parents for a loan recently? For many people the financial pressure of everyday life has meant resorting to use the bank of mum and dad as a matter of urgency due to the continuing uncertainty of employment,...

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  • August

    19

    2014
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Consumer confidence slowly heading back to steady level

A solid increase spending power has caused consumer confidence to return after a period of stagnation despite the continuing struggling performance of the high street. The Lloyds Bank released its Spending Power Report where the level of consumer confidence reached the highest levels for four years, scoring 147 points, mainly...

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  • August

    14

    2014
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Consumers using the plastic for smaller transactions

When was the last time you withdrew cash from the bank? Do you find yourself using your debit or credit card more frequently? New research has shown that more people are dipping into their wallet not to get the cash out, but to pay for transactions with their credit or...

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  • August

    12

    2014
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FTB levels reach 7 year high with desire to own home still strong

Strict mortgage affordability rules have not stopped first-buyers from entering the housing market with number reaching a record level. According to new figures released by the Council of Mortgage Lending (CML), 28,600 loans were taking out by first-time buyers in June 2014 – the highest since December 2007- increasing by...

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  • August

    8

    2014
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DWP warns 12m people still not saving enough for retirement

Approximately  12m people in the UK are still not saving enough money to fund an adequate retirement income, according to research from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). It said millions of workers could secure a better future if they made small changes to their saving habits now. Adding,...

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  • August

    5

    2014
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The Benefits of an unsecured loan

Are you looking to raise cash for a new car? Is it time you jetted off to that summer holiday you've been planning for a while? As the cost of living shows no sign of slowing down, and wages continue to grow at a ridiculous slow pace, most people are...

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