Moneyfacts in the news - 03.11.15

Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Moneyfacts’ research and expert comments are always in demand, and in the last seven days, we’ve certainly got around. Here’s a quick overview of where we’ve been in the past week:
Shadow MPC: Level of uncertainty is too high to risk rate rise
Sharp rise in mortgage freebies
Looking for a good deal? Mortgage freebies jump by two-thirds
Best money deals this week - November 6th
Mortgage freebies up by a third
Conal Gregory: Now could be the perfect time to search for better mortgage deal
Experts highlight the “frightening” cost of some new mortgages
Is the worst over for fixed savings, as Metro offers 2.4% for 18-months? LEE BOYCE gives three good reasons why things can only get better for savers
As banks waste millions on gimmicks, angry savers say: We don't want free dog biscuits - just fair interest
Why cheap mortgage rates aren't always best: Deals with smaller fees, freebies or cashback could save you more than £1,500
'I turned to a zero per cent card after my free overdraft ended': Play your cards right and plastic can be fantastic
No Christmas bonus for savers
Victory for homebuyers as age caps face review
Sub-prime mortgages make surprise comeback in the UK
On the Money: Low interest rate loan deals may be tempting but beware hidden charges
Borrowers beware as lenders bid to hit targets
Quick – beat the demise of credit card perks
Consumers warned to keep a close eye on credit card fees as new rules could push costs up
Rise in mortgage lenders offering freebies to tempt borrowers
Lowest rate or 0% options are rarely the best deals
Be wary of low-rate mortgages - it may not be the best deal, warns Moneyfacts
Switch up your current account
How to cash in this Christmas
Coventry Building Society's Poppy Bond: good cause and good rate?
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