Chancellor says the first rise in interest rates since 2007 would signal that the UK economy was 'normalising'
There are a number of key changes in the pipeline for savers this year, says Andrew Hagger
Low savings rates are one of the financial hangovers born out of the last credit binge from the 1990s
Economy set to grow by barely 2 per cent over 2015 after figures revised
Glencore targets faster debt reduction; Bank of England set to keep interest rates at record low
As Mark Zuckerberg announces plans to donate 99 per cent of his Facebook shares, who are the other big beasts with deep pockets? Simon Usborne charts the most generous
Bank of England stress tests plan for a doubling of penalties among seven top banks
Lenders’ underwriting standards are under review by the Bank's regulators
Britain’s banks will tonight learn whether they have passed tough Bank of England stress tests, after the collapsed bank HBOS was told it had “less than” a 1 in 100,000 chance of failing those imposed by the then regulator just three years before its near-collapse.
Seven years on from the chaos of the financial crisis the senior managers of our banks seem to be off the hook. But as the charge sheet of wrongdoing grows ever longer a former regulator says it’s time to demand proper accountability.
'Without penalising perpetrators and their seniors we will not get better behaviour'
Britons are overdosing on cash savings, which aren't always safe and offer meagre returns. Diversify, says Simon Read
Mark Carney notes that only a third believe markets work in society’s interest
Earlier this year Mark Carney signposted a rate rise from the Bank of England relatively soon. But a deterioration of the global economy seems to have pushed it out once again
Inflation is expected to return to the 2 per cent target by 2018
It's Super Thursday at the Bank of England; Facebook posts strong revenue growth; Morrisons reports another fall in sales