Number of homes ‘earning more than their owners’ falls
The gulf between earnings and property price inflation has shrunk considerably across the UK in recent years, new research from Halifax has revealed
Stamp duty on share purchases has been dubbed as big of a deterrent to investment in the UK as Brexit, research has found
While the average time taken for a first-time buyer (FTB) to save a 15 per cent deposit has dropped by six months since Q4 2016, in Q4 2018 it still took more than 10 years, according to new data
If Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn became Prime Minister, it would be just as damaging to the profits of British banks as leaving the European Union without a withdrawal agreement, Citigroup has said.
With the prospect of a snap election becoming more likely as lawmakers in Westminster fail to agree on a withdrawal agreement, the bank said in a note to clients “the impact on UK domestic bank EPS [earnings per share] could potentially be similar in magnitude to a no-deal Brexit outcome”
In February this year, the second charge mortgage market reported its strongest rate of new business volumes growth since May 2017, increasing by 24% when compared to February 2018, figures published by the Finance & Leasing Association (FLA) revealed
The recently launched Money and Pensions Service is calling on organisations throughout the UK to contribute towards the development of the service’s strategy to improve the nation’s financial wellbeing
The European Commission wants EU member states to continue allowing citizens to export their pension benefits to the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit
Lloyds and Halifax have launched Open Banking app functionalities to allow customers to see their account balances with other banks in one place
The pound is expected to rally following the news that EU leaders have agreed a delay to Brexit to 31 October along with a review in June
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