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Nationwide cracks down on buy-to-let mortgage lending as it sees landlords struggling with Osborne tax raid

1 hour 13 min ago
UK's biggest building society tightens up rental calculations and chopping at its maximum loan-to-value for landlords over worries about tax relief changes next year.

eBay keywords that can help you make more money

1 hour 39 min ago
Researchers analysed the language used by people selling items on the online auction site, based in San Jose, California to reveal winning words that tend to net them the most money.

Best locations for graduates to live in after university revealed

1 hour 53 min ago
A new graduate map identifies areas that combine affordable properties with the highest salaries to suggest some of the best places to live for those who have just finished university.

Using your phone in Europe gets cheaper from Saturday

2 hours 11 min ago
You will find it cheaper to use your mobile phone from Saturday April 30 2016, thanks to regulations from Brussels. The pre-VAT cost of a 30-minute call will fall from £4.44 to £1.17.

BT broadband customers in line for summer price hike of 15%

2 hours 40 min ago
Most broadband customers will see their prices rise, with the standard price for Infinity increasing by £2.05 and the average price of copper broadband rising from £13 to £15.

SMALL CAP MOVERS: Portable accommodation company Snoozebox warns sleepless nights not over after issuing profit warning; Strategic Minerals shines

2 hours 57 min ago
It's been a nightmare week for the firm. Shares fell out of bed this week, losing 72.8 per cent to 0.43p, followed by an announcement offering up a 'cautious view' for the rest of the year.

IAG reveals healthy profits but Brussels terrorist attacks slows BA growth

2 hours 58 min ago
The attacks, which included three bombs in the departure hall of Zaventem airport that led to 32 deaths, mean the airline will temporarily slow plans to fly more routes.

FTSE LIVE: Footsie firmly in the red as investors and traders mull over the dire state of UK banking at lunch

3 hours 3 min ago
In early afternoon, the FTSE 100 index was down 37.2 points at 6,284.1, dragged down by the finance, airline and travel sectors.

RBS racks up nearly £1billion of losses in just three months  

3 hours 47 min ago
RBS's results top off a disastrous week for UK banks, with Lloyds reporting a £654m loss yesterday and Barclays posting a 25 per cent drop in profits to £793m on Wednesday.

uSwitch poll has Hull top list for worst broadband speeds

4 hours 18 min ago
Hull, next year’s City of Culture, has the UK’s slowest average broadband speeds at 12.42Mbp/s, according to data recorded by uSwitch's broadband speed test.

£1,777 a month for a mice-infested home with no heating and floor-to-ceiling mould?

6 hours 23 min ago
Bed bugs in your mattress, no heating for months and mould lining the wall, these are all real-life rental experiences and tenants have taken to Twitter to share their stories.

Rent generation will need to work into their 60s to own a home 

7 hours 23 min ago
One in three young people do not expect to pay off their mortgage until after their 60th birthday, according to the findings by Halifax.

'My EE pay-as-you-go credit keeps vanishing for no reason – and the mobile giant won't explain why'

7 hours 50 min ago
For the second time in three months, EE have wiped all credit on an emergency mobile phone I have on pay-as-you-go - but the mobile giant won't tell me why or refund.

British cities becoming 'unaffordable' for first-time buyers

8 hours 12 min ago
In Brighton, property prices have increased by 463 per cent in the last 20 years, leaving only 9 per cent of homes in the coastal city in the 'affordable' category, compared to 100 per cent in 1995.

Brexit fears has effect on 'consumer confidence'

8 hours 14 min ago
Sentiments towards the UK's economic situation slumped into negative territory for the first time in 15 months in April, a report by GfK carried out on behalf of the European Commission said.

'Brexit smexit' says builder Taylor Wimpey ahead of the potential EU vote fall out as house sales rise 14%

9 hours 7 min ago
The company said: 'The uncertainty surrounding the European Union referendum has not impacted trading to date, and underlying demand remains solid across all of our geographies.'

Lloyds profits tumble as it buys back bonds

9 hours 9 min ago
High Street banking giant Lloyds' profits almost halved in the first three months of the year due to the cost of its controversial move to buy back bonds from investors.

Brits stash over £1bn in teapots, piggy banks and freezers at home

16 hours 41 min ago
Drawn by the convenience of having cash to hand and dismayed by dismal interest rates, British adults are squirreling away sizable sums at home, Virgin Money said.

ALEX BRUMMER: Sajid Javid must pluck up the courage to act on BHS

16 hours 48 min ago
MPs on the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee note the BHS fiasco ‘delivered misery and uncertainty for thousands of workers’ and potentially imposes a burden on the taxpayer.

Facebook trounces Twitter in the first quarter of 2015 making a £1bn profit c

Thu, 04/28/2016 - 21:41
In the three months to April Facebook added 3m users, with another 200,000 on its Instagram photo app, and some £3.6bn of Facebook’s revenues came from advertising.