Weekly news roundup – 6th August 2010

1 min Read Published: 06 Aug 2010

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

 6thAugust

Mass strikes loom in a 'winter of discontent' for UK Government

5th August

Should investors lean towards Europe?

Uncertain outlook limits risk appetite

UK car sales tumble 13% in July

Bank keeps interest rates on hold

4th August

Interest rates will go up quicker than anyone expects, ex-Bank of England officials warn

House prices recover in July, according to the Halifax

Food set to get more expensive for British shoppers

3rd August

City of London still key to UK recovery, new figures show

2nd August

Mortgage brokers no longer find you the best deal

Hidden fees wipe 50% off British savers' retirement pots

Economic recovery fears grow as UK job vacancy growth slows

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