Moneyfacts in the news - 20/06/2016

Monday, 20 June 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:
How to find the best savings rate in a low-interest environment
Mortgage overpayments in a low interest rate environment
Will HSBC Holdings plc or GlaxoSmithKline plc continue to offer sky-high yields?
Charges mortgage lenders don't want you to know about: How valuation fees, legal fees and exit fees all add up
End of FLS could cause fixed rate complacency
Isa savers suffer as rate cuts overtake increases
Average easy-access Isa rate 'falls below 1% for first time on record'
Average easy-access Isa rate 'falls below 1% for first time on record'
Average easy-access Isa rate 'falls below 1% for first time on record'
Cash can beat investing even over 20 years says Paul Lewis as he publishes unprecedented research
'Cash beats shares!' BBC journalist Paul Lewis challenges conventional investing wisdom in study covering 21 years
Cash is king, housing boost for the well-off and pension fears
Best-buy savings accounts can beat the stock market
The super safe way to get rich that beats the 'smart' investors at their own game
Savers should plump for cash over shares, study says
Average easy-access Isa rate 'falls below 1% for first time on record'
Plunging savings rates: is it time to broaden your horizons?
BBC expert Paul Lewis: cash savings can beat shares in short term
Our pick of the best fixed-rate savings bonds
Savings accounts can outperform a FTSE 100 tracker
Mortgages of the week
Cash thrashes stock markets: Savings accounts can produce higher returns
Cash savings accounts beat shares, shocking report reveals
I can only afford a shared-ownership property - can I buy it to let?
Cash beat shares from 1995 to 2015
Could your cheap mortgage end up costing thousands more?
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