Your complete guide to personal finance and investing with news, predictions, advice, guides and opinion from the financial website of the year.
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Households that need a powerful vacuum cleaner should 'act quickly' before all of the models currently available sell out, consumer watchdog Which? warned.
The great investing books are a way to learn how to spot good (and bad) investments and understand your place in the herd. Simon Lambert picks five.
China is currently out of favour, but this means that share prices are cheap. So if you believe in the long-term story, then it’s a good time to invest.
Halifax has joined the cash Isa rate-cutters with a fall of 0.25 percentage points for new savers in both its Isa Saver Online and branch-based Isa Saver Variable.
I want to buy my lottery ticket online this week because I'm on holiday in Spain. Is it valid if I win?
I buy a ticket from my newsagent every week for the National Lottery. But I'm on holiday and forgot to buy one before I left so want to buy one online instead. Will it be valid?
Nobel winners have reportedly blasted eurozone austerity policies which they fear will cause a prolonged depression and another dangerous debt crisis.
The AIM-listed company must have hoped that a tripling of pre-tax pofits in the first half to £153.6m and sales increasing 118% to £364.m would help to quell recent controversy.
By mid session, the FTSE 100 index was up 17.3 points at 6,772.8, albeit drifting back from a session peak of 6,780.73.
Data from the Office for National Statistics show that retail sales volumes rose 0.1 per cent in July, notching up 2.6 per cent annual growth - the slowest annual rate since November last year.
Household saving halves in 40 years: Families now put away 4.8% of their incomes after years of low interest rates
The amount of money households save has halved over the past 40 years, according to research.
We pick our five favourite cash Isas for savers. This is essential Isa reading and is kept up-to-date throughout the year
Here are the top clangers made by shop, bank and call centre staff — and what to know to rebuff them on the spot.
Yorkshire Building Society has offered a small chink of light at the end of the tunnel for crestfallen tax-free savers by launching a new best buy one-year cash Isa.
Markit's monthly index indicates that people are still pessimistic about household finances, while the latest CBI survey suggests that factory orders are growing faster than expected.
Students have access to credit cards, overdrafts and loans, making it easy to spend money they don’t really have. We reveal four ways to avoid a student debt trap.
Another small business has fallen victim to a fraudster going by the false name 'Simon Fraser' who posed as a member of NatWest staff in a bogus call from the bank.
One mortgage expert has played down the effect a rate rise would have on those with a mortgage, saying it would not make 'much difference to most people'.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders said 102,981 cars built in the UK were sold overseas in July, taking the total since the start of 2010 to 5,095,796.
The builders fell 27p to 1323p and 9p to 359.6p respectively, which helped to drag the FTSE down 23.83 points to 6,755.48.
The path of rates is predicated on the somewhat vague concept of how much spare capacity remains in the economy, on which the MPC itself cannot agree.
- Arrêt Firth et autres c. R-U - affaires de suivi concernant le droit de vote des détenus
- Judgment Firth and Others v. the UK - follow-up prisoner voting cases
- Grand Chamber judgment Fernandez Martinez v. Spain - Decision not to renew the contract, as religious education teacher, of a Catholic priest who was married, was legitimate and proportionate
- Arrêt Jelic c. Croatie - enquête sur un crime de guerre
- Judgments concerning Russia, Slovenia, and ‘the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia’ 12.06.14