Moneyfacts in the News - 19/09/2016

Monday, 19 September 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:

Accord offers 75% LTV 10-year fix at 2.88%
First-time buyers hit by Brexit as high-value mortgages dry up
First time buyers still waiting for Brexit boost as banks demand higher deposits
Momentum to switch mortgage in six month lull
Brexit vote hits first time buyers hardest
Accord launches 10-year fix for house purchase and remortgage
Annuity rates plummet, making 2016 'worst year for payouts'
Retirement annuity rates 'suffering their worst year on record'
Annuity rates on track for biggest annual fall
Annuity rates on track for worst ever year
Is this the worst ever year for annuity income?
'Worst ever' year for annuities as rates fall by 15pc
Savers suffer in wake of Bank of England's base-rate cut
Savings schemes that offer more than your bank
Mortgage rates fall to all time lows following base rate cut
More depressing news for savers as lenders slash interest rates
First-time buyers face a cocktail of woes as small deposit mortgages fall, house prices rise and rents tip £1,000
Annuity incomes drop to all-time low
New top rate five-year bond pays 2.01pc
Anger as Bank of England prepares to reveal ANOTHER interest rate cut in November
Interest rates, executive pay, first-time buyers and shopping habits
Should friends help each other on to the housing ladder?
New parents should save up to £260 a month to fund uni costs - Rplan
'Winter inflation' is coming with no let-up for savers
Availability of 5% mortgages drops after EU referendum
Special Feature: Brexit three months on
Energy, renting, wages and savings
I borrowed £80,000 from a relative three years ago - now I'm ready to pay it back, what interest should I add?
Bank of England expected to keep interest rates at historic lows

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