Savers have put away far more money this year suggesting they are preparing for a period of economic uncertainty
A parliamentary inquiry has been launched into the impact of the Bank of England's ultra-low interest rates and quantitative easing policies since 2008
The trade-weighted value of sterling has increased by 6 per cent since the Bank’s 3 November Inflation Report forecasts
‘Has monetary policy robbed savers to pay borrowers? In a word no,’ said the Governor in a speech in Liverpool
Stationery business to disappear from high streets; Janet Yellen says interest rates will rise ‘relatively soon’; millions in bonuses could be clawed back from top executives
Central bank expected to reveal new economic forecasts showing the biggest overshoot of its official 2 per cent inflation target in its modern history
The Bank of England's governor Mark Carney has been getting it in the neck over the impact of his low interest rate policy. It might be very much worse for everyone without it, and the interests of savers shouldn't be the Government's priority anyway
Years of near-zero interest rates, here and elsewhere, have become destructive, and the conventional wisdom of central bankers that the benefits exceed the costs may be quite wrong
Janus Capital fund manager Bill Gross discussed his expectations for the Fed to hike rates in December, and the influence of presidential elections on its decision
Low rates delay essential restructuring to remove the detritus of previous crises. They restrict the supply of credit to the wider economy and deepen our malaise
In August, the Bank of England cut interest rates for the first time since 2009
New figures show average credit card interest rates are rising - soaring in some cases - despite the record low Bank of England base rate
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?
The warning comes only a day after Santander cut the rate of interest on its popular 123 current accounts
Santander said the changes were being made ‘due to the market expectation of interest rates staying lower for longer’
The timing of the Federal Reserve's next rate hike right is critical, since a mistake could hurt the economy, but can policymakers get it right?