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Should you be worried if you have savings tied up in an Irish bank, or one of its UK divisions?
UK mortgage lending continues to stagnate, the Council of Mortgage Lenders says as it releases figures for October.
Austerity measures pose "headwinds" British growth, the OECD warned, as it slashed its forecast for the UK in 2011, but called the Coalition's fiscal tightening 'substantial but necessary'.
The details behind Whitehall spending over £25,000 made since the election are published by the government.
Government officials will meet on Saturday to complete the plan, which will involve at least €15bn ($20bn) of spending cuts and tax increases.
Scottish Power announces that its standard domestic gas and electricity prices will rise from next week.
The number of people claiming the UK’s main out of work benefit fell unexpectedly in October as record levels of part-time working continues to boost the job market
Clubcard vouchers' exchange rate will fall from four to three times their face value as Tesco brings in double points scheme.
The UK inflation rate rose unexpectedly to 3.2% in October, prompting another letter from the Bank of England governor.
Twice as many women as men say they will have to work into retirement,
News of Roger Guy’s exit from Gartmore has dropped another bombshell on the already troubled funds group and anxious advisers invested in his funds are considering alternatives.
Savers will have to lock their money away for at least three years to find a rate of return that beats inflation.
A third of workers approaching retirement do not have any pensions savings, a survey has found.
Yorkshire and Clydesdale bank customers succeed in challenging demands to pay mortgage arrears.