Weekly news roundup – 30th July 2010

1 min Read Published: 30 Jul 2010

The weekly roundup of the headlines affecting your personal finances. Click on a headline to read the full story.

30th July

Lending to British business falls

New FSA pay rules to cover 2,500 firms

29th July

Bank of England indicates that interest rates could remain low for the foreseeable future

UK house prices fall in July for only second time this year

Government to scrap fixed retirement age

28th July

House prices 'now at 2006 levels'

British Gas warn that utility bills could be on the way up

Which banks tell you when savings rates are cut?

Banks are cutting savings rates without telling customers

27th July

Holiday travel insurance complaints rise

Rise in number of fake £1 coins

Interest rate expected to stay on hold until 2013 says expert

26th July

ID fraud up 22pc due to recession

Thousands of pensioners 'were mis-sold annuities'

Confidence falls in higher house prices

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