There has been a rise in people moving their savings since an easier transfer system was launched
The next chairman of Lloyds Banking Group, Lord Blackwell, is expected to launch a review of the business to ensure a speedy sale of the taxpayers’ remaining 33 per cent stake in the bank.
Lord Blackwell served as a Downing Street adviser under Thatcher in the 1980s
Low interest rates are encouraging borrowers to clear their home loan, but more should do so, says Simon Read
1.7 million in the UK now rent out their spare rooms, claims new report
Some motor industry firms are scaling back offshore production, but 'onshoring' may not have the last laugh
Britain’s first major new high street bank for decades launches tomorrow in the resurrected form of TSB.
Financial education is joining the national curriculum next year, but it's not just up to schools. Chiara Cavaglieri reports
Banking Group will pursue stock market flotation for the division this summer
Grim figures in final quarter but some hope after January upturn
Money worries are leading students to defer or drop their higher education plans, according to findings of an annual student survey.
Thousands of Christmas gifts have become worthless overnight
House prices continued to edge lower last month and the market is expected to remain subdued but stable into 2013, the Halifax said today.
Britons reduced their mortgage debt by £9.8 billion in the second quarter of this year as the housing market remained subdued, Bank of England figures showed today.
Mortgage costs for thousands of borrowers will jump from tomorrow when one of the country's biggest lenders hikes its standard variable rate (SVR).
Bank accused of 'profiteering' following 12 per cent rise in home loan payments