Loan approvals down by a fifth on a year earlier in August, says BBA report
Collectors have realised that £5 that have come off the first press could be worth a small fortune
A member of the Bank of England’s nine-person Monetary Policy Committee has indicated she is not inclined to vote to cut interest rates still further later this year, citing the better than expected performance of the economy in the wake of the Brexit vote.
Sterling plummeted 10% following the EU referendum pushing up the prices of imported ingredients
The institution now expects 1 per cent GDP growth in 2017, down from 2 per cent in its June forecasts
Could the UK follow other countries in ditching its lowest denomination coin?
The Governor of the Bank of England told children that the toughest day at his job so far was the night the UK voted to leave the EU
In August, the Bank of England cut interest rates for the first time since 2009
A spilled drink should have a little effect on the new notes, which can be wiped clean and will even survive a standard laundry cycle with 'minimal damage'
Deputy governor for markets and banking is to take up ‘dream job’ as director of the London School of Economics
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Some saving account providers made cuts up to five times larger than the Bank of England base rate reduction last month. And experts warn there is more pain to come.
'We are now in a better position to rebalance the UK economy'
Economists see inflation accelerating above 3 per cent next year, eroding the spending power of British households
Do savers really believe a 10 per cent fall in the value of their house is a price worth paying for a couple of extra percentage points of interest on their current accounts?