Fears for Sterling and stocks were compounded on Tuesday when The Sun, the UK's most read daily newspaper, pledged its support for the Leave campaign
Just before 6.30pm on Friday evening the pound was trading at 1.4343
NS&I has lost touch with today’s savers… but doesn’t seem to care, says David Prosser
Printed on polymer, the new £5 note has promised to be considerable more durable and last 2.5 times longer than paper money
The Bank of England Governor is trusted by undecided referendum voters more than senior politicians
Chancellor fires new economic missile in campaign to persuade Britons to vote to stay in European Union on 23 June
Pension planning in any event is tricky as, to state the obvious, you don’t know when you’re going to die
Almost half of 50-65 year olds don't know what the full rate of the new state pension is, according to research by Which?
According to data from Mercer the gap between FTSE 350 schemes' assets and future liabilities was £92bn at the end of last month
EXCLUSIVE: Former chair of Independent Commission on Banking steps up battle with UK regulator for not being tough enough over lenders' capital buffers
Credit card debt grew by more in March than in any month since March 2005 according to new figures from the Bank of England
The artist was chosen from more than 29,000 nominees covering almost 600 eligible characters sent in by the public
An unexpected upturn in the cost of living won’t change historically low interest rates anytime soon
Unsecured household consumer credit is rising at at an annual rate of 9.3 per cent - the fastest since before the financial crisis.
Alex Brazier’s claims that more bank equity hurts the economy branded ‘disturbing’