The best of the Sunday papers’ money sections – 31st July 2011

1 min Read Published: 31 Jul 2011


The Independent on Sunday

Sluggish housing market loses it's grip on buyers

Fears that commission reforms will lead to advice 'wasteland'

Fraudsters target current account applications

The Sunday Telegraph

Incompetent taxman bullies the innocent, MPs complain

Mortgage rates fall to record low

Savers desert stock market amid fears of another global recession

The Sunday Times (subscription)

Take on the energy giants over doorstep mis-selling

Best ways to invest for children

What a public sector pensions shake-up will mean for you

The Mail on Sunday

Is this failed buy-to-let 'guru' Jim Moore back in business

The US deficit clash could result in another credit crunch for Britain

Next steals march on its rivals with strong web sales

The Sunday Observer

Why I'm calling a pensioners' strike

'Kidflation' leaves children counting the cost of rising prices

Hyundai driven to the top of  favourite car list by value and reliability

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