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This Christmas more than 250,000 people may borrow from loan sharks, according to new research.
Sovereign debt concerns and inflation risks could destabilise bond markets in a similar manner to 1994 the Bank has warned in its latest financial stability report.
The UK Consumer Prices Index (CPI) annual inflation rate rose to 3.3% in November, up from 3.2% in October, official figures show.
It has emerged that the government's most senior official has prepared a policy paper outlining alternatives in the event of a sharp economic downturn.
The jobless figure increased by 35,000 in the three months to October as the private sector failed to create enough jobs to offset those starting to be lost in the public sector.
Low interest rates are not fixing Britain's £1.45 trillion of household debt, a damning survey for the Bank of England has found.
Bank of England survey on household debt says a quarter of households have seen their monthly earnings fall by more than £100, with only 14% reporting a rise.
VCTs, PETs and taper relief have all made it onto the Treasury's tax simplification shortlist.
UK residential property sales and prices continue to slide for sixth consecutive month, but some estate agents are optimistic.
Many retailers are planning to use next month's rise in VAT to "mask" more extensive price increases, a survey by KPMG claims.
Home owners are falling behind with their monthly mortgage payments at an alarming rate, charities warn, as estate agents reveal the struggle to sell properties.
British Airways says it will increase its fuel surcharge on long-haul flights by £10 to between £63 and £108.
Consumer prices rose at their fastest pace for almost fifteen years last month, driven higher by the rising cost of food and clothing.
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