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Worst recession on record eliminated jobs and curbed spending, the Office for National Statistics said.
As long-term care becomes more unaffordable, we explain how to navigate the system.
The cost of living rises faster for older people than the typical household in the UK, a study concludes.
Research show there were 8,900 repossessions in the third quarter, a 27% fall on the same period last year, but it warns this could easily reverse.
Almost seven million Britons are living beyond their means and refuse to alter their lifestyle despite the recession, according to latest research.
The world may be awash with natural gas until 2020 and prices are likely to remain depressed for the whole decade, according to the International Energy Agency.
Which? has denied a new mortgage advice service is a rejection of the current advice market, as brokers gave a mixed response to the launch.
A BUBBLE IN GOLD? Paul Duncombe, head of Schroders’ multi-asset investment solutions, asks if gold is heading into bubble territory as prices reach record highs.
Accountancy firm PwC warns of rising debt and slow growth for decades as interest rates eventually rise.
The downturn in the housing market accelerated last month with an increasing number of real-estate professionals reporting falling prices.