The ONS takes puts some items in and takes some out of the basket every year to better reflect the buying habits of the British public
Those who recall double-digit price rises and interest rates struggle to see the problems deflation can bring
Credit card firms continue to try to direct customers towards interest-free deals, meaning that some of the more versatile cards are often overlooked
Our round up of the key news in personal finance this week
Some analysts are the FOMC announcement the most important thing to happen to global markets since Lehman brothers went bust in 2008
In 2015, employees took home an average of £528 a week
Inflation has now hovered around zero for nine straight months as oil prices plunge and food prices fall
Core inflation rose 1.3% in December- beating expectations- matched by rising factory output
The Government’s claim that living standards are finally improving has been challenged by independent experts, who have warned that they will not recover strongly for another few years.
John Lewis has decided against closing its final salary pension scheme, leaving it as one of the only retailers in the country that still offers new staff the gold-plated retirement payouts more commonly associated with politicians and civil servants.
On a per capita basis, the nation has all the ingredients to be one of the world's most prosperous nations
When running a business, you learn that nothing matters more than setting the correct objectives and making sure you keep a very close eye on the balance sheet.
Renowned labour market economist warns it would be premature to put up the Bank’s base rates from 0.5 per cent
Recession will have lasted three years longer than any other in the past 100 years
He can try to talk down sterling, but the Big Mac index, based on the cost of one of the world’s favourite fast food item, shows it’s just about right