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    October 7, 2014

    Savings of up to £1 Million to be Prote...

    The Bank of England will protect savings of up to a million pounds under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. The increased rate of savings pro...
  • Oil
    January 18, 2016

    Oil Prices Continue to Fall

    The dramatic fall in oil prices is continuing apace, with the end of sanctions on Iran being the most recent factor to push the price downward. Earlie...
  • interest rate cut
    September 21, 2015

    Interest Rates may Fall Instead of Rise

    After years languishing at record lows, it has recently been reported from numerous quarters that the Bank of England may finally raise interest rates...
  • File photo dated 19/05/11 of a train ticket, timetable and money, as new compensation arrangements for rail passengers come into effect today.
    August 18, 2015

    Rail Fares to Increase Next Year

    The Department of Transport has said that next January will see a rise of 1% in regulated rail fares. This increase is pegged to July’s inflatio...
  • Small Business
    June 25, 2015

    Confidence Growing Among Small Businesse...

    According to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), confidence among smaller enterprises has grown significantly over the past three months. This p...
  • forex
    May 20, 2015

    FOREX Manipulation Leads to Record Fines...

    Record fines have been handed down to five of the world’s biggest names in banking, primarily for manipulation of the foreign exchange (FOREX) m...
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Savings of up to £1 Million to be Protected

The Bank of England will protect savings of up to a million pounds under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. The increased rate of savings protection is expected to take effect…

Oil

Oil Prices Continue to Fall

The dramatic fall in oil prices is continuing apace, with the end of sanctions on Iran being the most recent factor to push the price downward. Earlier this month it…

interest rate cut

Interest Rates may Fall Instead of Rise

After years languishing at record lows, it has recently been reported from numerous quarters that the Bank of England may finally raise interest rates in the near future. However, the…

File photo dated 19/05/11 of a train ticket, timetable and money, as new compensation arrangements for rail passengers come into effect today.

Rail Fares to Increase Next Year

The Department of Transport has said that next January will see a rise of 1% in regulated rail fares. This increase is pegged to July’s inflation level of 1%, measured…

Small Business

Confidence Growing Among Small Businesses

According to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), confidence among smaller enterprises has grown significantly over the past three months. This points, the Federation says, towards strong potential for growth…

forex

FOREX Manipulation Leads to Record Fines

Record fines have been handed down to five of the world’s biggest names in banking, primarily for manipulation of the foreign exchange (FOREX) market. The fines total US$ £3.6 billion,…

Flash Crash

Financial Trader Arrested Over Global “Flash Crash” of 2010

A UK trader, Navinder Singh Sarao, has been arrested in connection with the “flash crash” of global financial markets which took place in 2010. The 37-year-old, it is alleged, placed…

Clegg Calls Leaving EU “Self-Harm” for UK Economy

Nick Clegg, leader of the Liberal Democrats and Deputy Prime Minister in the current coalition government, has spoken on the matter of EU membership ahead of the coming election. Clegg…

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Competition and Markets Authority: Customers Missing Energy Savings

According to an inquiry being carried out by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), a lot of customers are missing out on very big energy savings. Specifically, those on dual-fuel…

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George Osborne Unhappy About Scottish Tax Powers

Since Scotland voted to remain part of the UK, Westminster has been preparing to grant the Scottish government a number of new powers that were promised in the run-up to…

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RBS Issues Apology for Incorrect Committee Evidence

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has issued an apology for providing a parliamentary committee with incorrect evidence. The incident took place at a hearing in June, at which directors…