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Banks reassure savers on Help to Buy Isas

Lenders say timing of top-up will not make buying a home harder

Brexit brings more bad news for savers

Sterling’s weakness makes a case for increasing compensation for savers, argues Paul Lewis

Abenomics breeds generation of gold bugs

Notebook: The precious metal has emerged as a kind of shiny financial aspirin, writes Leo Lewis

Why Santander is halving its 123 account rate

Growth of wildly popular product exceeded bank’s targets

Santander halves rate for UK savers

Interest cut from 3% to 1.5% on 123 account following BoE rate cut

Interest rates are a spent economic force

Central banks need to rethink the entire premise of monetary policy, writes Eric Lonergan

Savers snap up £7.3bn of Premium Bonds

Sales rose by 15% before odds of winning a prize were reduced

Cost of western European holidays soar

Weak pound and Western Med trend pushes up prices

Rate cut expectations shift as Bank delays

Fixed-rate mortgages set to get cheaper

Digital bank Starling wins UK licence

January launch planned for newcomer that favours mobile app

FCA to probe peer-to-peer lending sector

Move follows growing political concern over risk to consumers

Air miles — fly at a fraction of the cost

Travel in luxury on the cheap with frequent flyer programmes

Investors living in negative territory

Negative bond yields and interest rates make growth hard to find

Sometimes cash can beat shares

‘Active cash’ strategy beats FTSE 100 tracker over time

Carry on working or take the money?

If I quit, I’ll need to retrain but I have no idea what other work I can do

Gender gap emerges in child pocket money

Boys force a better deal — just like their dads in the workplace

Consumers angry at hidden bank fees

High street lenders ‘fail to deliver fair, transparent services’


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