Moneyfacts in the news - 18/07/2016

Monday, 18 July 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:
'FTSE Up On Expected Cut In Interest Rates'
'Interest rates could be cut to new low'
'Islamic and European banks hit top of UK savings table'
'Savers braced for 'tougher times' as rate cut considered'
'How You Can Beat Plummeting Savings Rates?'
'Banks have slashed savings rates 900 times this year'
'How you can beat plummeting savings rates'

'Savings cuts, energy deals, retirement income and motor insurance'
'Nine hundred savings rates cut since start of 2016'
'Brexit blow for savers with interest rate cut adding to pressure on their nest eggs'

'Overdraft costs are at record highs - and likely to stay that way'

'The great mortgage rate divide: some pay 0.99pc, others are stuck on 5pc'
'Savings shock: 'Interest rates won't rise until 2020'
'Weekend catchup - this week's personal finance headlines'
'Interest rate hold brings scant relief for savers, experts say'

'Carney claims mortgage cost warning wasn't anti-Brexit plot: Bank of England governor rejects claims he colluded with Osborn to frighten households into voting remain'

'Never mind interest rates, higher inflation is coming'
'Savers have been facing an "uphill battle" as interest rates hit new lows'

'Lenders increase trackers ahead of base rate cut'

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