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UK Asset Resolution has already begun to contact customers who are likely to fall back with their mortgage payments once interest rates rise next year.
In a bid to make children confident with their account, Nationwide has set up a @YourFlexOne Twitter handle which will be run 24 hours a day for troubleshooting, alongside its mobile app.
European markets have plunged into the red after the Federal Reserve wound up its massive stimulus scheme yesterday.
Thousands of drivers risk running out of fuel because they refuse to cough up for the higher prices, the RAC warned.
Stocks in London fell as the Fed expressed confidence in the American recovery, which is likely to bring the first US rate rise closer.
A dilapidated three bedroom home in Newcastle, with boarded up windows, broken floorboards and trails of debris has sold for £19,000 after being listed for auction for just £1.
Homeowners have a golden opportunity for a second crack at some very cheap mortgages. So should you fix? We look at why rates are falling and the best deals.
National Australia Bank has seen its UK banks rack up hefty losses through property loans turned sour, and also got landed with a large PPI compensation bill.
Behaviour experts looked into the physiological reactions of participants in a financial bargaining game and found that those receiving relatively low offers experienced stress.
Forex markets are being probed by regulators around the world – today Barclays became the first British bank to set aside cash for fines.
The average house price rose to £189,333, a 0.5% increase on September, when they fell by 0.1% compared to August, the latest monthly index from Nationwide Building Society shows.
The Government must take urgent and radical action to reduce debt if it is to defuse a fiscal time bomb, the Institute of Economic Affairs said.
I have just got my new bill and my provider npower wants to put up my monthly payments by £46 - despite me being on a fixed tariff until next April.
The secret of how criminals are using easy-to-buy electronic scanners to steal some of Britain’s most popular executive cars is to be revealed.
Some 58 per cent of people expect to settle their mortgage by simply sticking to their monthly repayment plan, a survey has found.
I have been sent an offer from Streetwise Publications about bank codes that can make you £600 in five minutes. It is one of the craziest mailshots I have received.
I was shocked to receive a bill for £7,000 - and then a letter from a debt collecting firm asking for £8,132.50. My bills keep rising and I cannot afford to pay.
Capita lived up to its City nickname of ‘Crapita’ as shares slumped 75p or 6 per cent to 1082p on hearing it had lost out completely on Ministry of Justice contracts worth £450million.
Anyone who has ever wanted a Ferrari but never been able or willing to stump up for one will be able to get a piece of the car maker when it floats next year.
The UK’s most famous entrepreneur says too much of the debate about leaving Europe is ‘petty’ and says politicians and people are missing the ‘bigger picture’.
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