If, despite loathing the British obsession with property, thinking buy to let is really unfair and generally not wanting to fuel an economy entirely dependent on debt, you’d STILL like to own your own home, chances are you’re feeling: Impatient to buy Frustrated at how much money you need to
The Bank of England cut interest rates today, by 0.25 percentage points. You may wonder what all the fuss is about. Why is Carney cutting interest rates? Reducing interest rates is a way of boosting spending, borrowing and investment in an economy. It is therefore a way to help stave
In the new normal of low interest rates and same-y returns no matter what your investment, it becomes challenging for banks to find unique selling points to make them stand out against their rivals. For if your product is identical to the next on the shelf, where is there to
Do we need banks? What for? Paying for stuff? Well, if that’s the case, you may well soon just need your phone and a digital place into which you pay your salary. Not a bank as we know it. But until the time comes when the general public can adopt
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