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Proportion of low-deposit mortgages hit highest levels since financial crash

Proportion of low-deposit mortgages hit highest levels since financial crash

2 days ago   |   Daily Mail

More than one in 20 mortgages taken out between July and September 2019 were with a 10% deposit or smaller, new data from the Bank of England shows.
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Co-op Bank online and mobile banking goes TITSUP*

2 days ago   |   The Register

*Total Inability To Shuffle money Using Phone The Co-op Bank's app and online services are enjoying an extended lie-in today with multiple customers complaining they're locked...
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FCA has issued fines worth £391m so far in 2019 - a four year high

FCA has issued fines worth £391m so far in 2019 - a four year high

3 days ago   |   Daily Mail

Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered had to pay £102m for failures in its anti-financial crime controls. There was also a £44m fine slapped on Citi for regulatory reporting...
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10 things you need to know before the opening bell

10 things you need to know before the opening bell

3 days ago   |   Business Insider

Here is what you need to know. 1. US banks and hedge funds may have fueled the shock surge in money market rates, report finds. The unwillingness of the top four US banks to...
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My Argos £99 spa birthday experience proved useless

3 days ago   |   The Guardian

No one told us we should have kept the original receipt and it doesn't say so anywhere In October 2018 I bought a £99 Activity Store experience voucher for my wife's birthday...
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The only difference between regular and high-yield savings that matters is the one that earns you 20 times more on your money

The only difference between regular and high-yield savings that matters is the one that earns you 20 times more on your money

4 days ago   |   Business Insider   |   2 articles

High-yield savings accounts and standard savings accounts are more similar than they are different. They're both offered by banks, federally regulated, and liquid. The main...
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RBS duo set for Sydney showdown

RBS duo set for Sydney showdown

4 days ago   |   Daily Mail

Businessmen Ian Lightbody and John Guidi believe they were mis-sold loans by Clydesdale Bank when it was owned by NAB. They are demanding a meeting with McEwan.
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Debt warning as banks target the gig economy

Debt warning as banks target the gig economy

4 days ago   |   Daily Mail

Britain's biggest banks are preparing to sell risky mortgages and loans to millions of gig economy workers in an echo of the borrowing boom before the 2008 financial crisis.
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Pensioner lost £193,000 inheritance after getting one digit wrong on sort code

Pensioner lost £193,000 inheritance after getting one digit wrong on sort code

5 days ago   |   Metro   |   2 articles

Peter Teich got one digit in his sort code wrong and saw his inheritance paid to someone else (Picture: Arthur Rank Hospice Charity; Getty) A disabled man lost his £193,000...
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My wife earns more money than I do and it's changed how I show affection

My wife earns more money than I do and it's changed how I show affection

5 days ago   |   Metro

When my wife and I met nearly eight years ago, we had both recently graduated and were working long, late shifts in the service industry. She was co-managing a late-night bar...
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Aramco goes on sale, making it the most valuable company in the world

Aramco goes on sale, making it the most valuable company in the world

Shares in Aramco started trading at 32 Saudi riyals a share , making it the highest valued company in the world. The sale is part of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman's Vision 2030. Read more ...

Single mum, 27, cried as she watched best friend of 14 years steal from her...

Single mum, 27, cried as she watched best friend of 14 years steal from her purse on hidden camera

A STRUGGLING single mum said she broke down in tears when she watched her best friend steal from her on a hidden camera she had set up in her home. Samantha Wood, 27, from... Read more ...

Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll For June 2019

Trump Job Approval, Direction Of Country: IBD/TIPP Poll For June 2019

Each month, the IBD/TIPP Poll, a collaboration between Investor's Business Daily and TechnoMetrica, produces an exclusive Presidential Leadership Index. In addition to tracking... Read more ...

Siegel+Gale Partners with Cloudreach on Brand Relaunch

Siegel+Gale Partners with Cloudreach on Brand Relaunch

Branding firm unveils new visual identity and positioning for cloud solutions provider LONDON, AUGUST 1, 2019 - Today, Siegel+Gale announced its branding partnership with... Read more ...

'Welcome to Friday the 13th horror show - but we still have reason to hope'

'Welcome to Friday the 13th horror show - but we still have reason to hope'

'Those careless people who smash up things and then retreat back into their money are once more in charge of our country. That exit poll means Trump's coming for our NHS. That... Read more ...

US Consumers to Phone Makers: We're Not Made of Money

US Consumers to Phone Makers: We're Not Made of Money

'Overall awareness and purchase intent reported by consumers is high, but only a small segment of the market can afford these $1,000+ devices,' says research firm NPD Group. Read more ...

Aramco's value jumps to £1.5 trillion during its second day of trading

Aramco's value jumps to £1.5 trillion during its second day of trading

It was the coveted valuation Saudi Arabia's leader, Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, had been seeking when the state-owned energy group joined the stock exchange in Riyadh. Read more ...

British tech tycoon Mike Lynch branded 'thoroughly unreliable witness'

British tech tycoon Mike Lynch branded 'thoroughly unreliable witness'

The High Court has been told 54-year-old tycoon Mike Lynch cooked his tech company's books before it was sold to Hewlett Packard for £9bn eight years ago. Read more ...

Row over 'fake' masterpiece lands hedge fund boss with £4.5m bill

Row over 'fake' masterpiece lands hedge fund boss with £4.5m bill

After a legal dispute that rocked the art world for years, the High Court said David Kowitz should reimburse the auction house over the disputed Frans Hals painting, Portrait... Read more ...

ALEX BRUMMER: Who will get to takeaway the £5bn British takeaway?

ALEX BRUMMER: Who will get to takeaway the £5bn British takeaway?

Election nights are the kind of occasion when political aficionados plonk themselves in front of the TV and go online to Just Eat for some take-out food. But who is going to... Read more ...