Moneyfacts in the news - 07.03.16

Monday, 7 March 2016

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:
Fixed savings rates fall to 'record lows' as competition among challenger banks cools
How the home loan price war can clear your mortgage FOUR YEARS earlier: Ferocious battle of the banks is brilliant for borrowers
Saving rates will get worse - these are the next-best options
Bank boss warns property lenders are getting reckless
'Where shall I put my funds when my pensioner bond matures?'
Savers’ ‘winter of discontent’ continues as rates hit new lows MONEY
Savers' 'winter of discontent' continues as fixed bond rates hit new lows
Savers' WOE as rates hit new lows
'Spiral of misery' Fixed-rate bonds have plummeted to record lows finance expert claims
Five-minute guide to avoiding sky-high credit cards' interest charges
Getting the most from your current account
Unpicking the current account banking 'con-trick'
Questions of Cash: My hire van had a scratch when I returned it. Then the damage escalated and so did the bill
Fixed bond rates plummet to record low
Moneyfacts Pick of the Week
Quarter of people have five or more credit cards
Robert McCoy: Do not discount a discount product
Mortgage lending up as UK house prices continue to rise
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