Moneyfacts in the News - 26/10/16

Wednesday, 26 October 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:

Now savings accounts will LOSE you cash as inflation jumps to 1%: Millions of Britons are getting poorer as interest rates fail to keep up with the cost of living
NS&I Isa becomes a best buy rate at 1% as banks and building societies withdraw their best deals
Inflation rise means more bad news for savers – but you can chase down a half-decent return
Why your clients should avoid cash right now
SAVINGS CRISIS: The savings accounts that LOSE you money as inflation jumps to 1% (and where is best to put your cash)
Yorkshire slashes fixed rate mortgages
Now savings accounts will LOSE you cash as inflation jumps to 1%: Millions of Britons are getting poorer as interest rates fail to keep up with the cost of living
Inflation and your money — 10 things you need to know
M&S Bank refunds loan customers after regulation breach
More current account customers switching banks than last year, figures reveal
More current account customers switching banks than last year, figures reveal
Brits abandoning every big bank bar one - these are the 5 current accounts they're going to
Nearly 170,000 bank customers moved their accounts to Santander, Halifax, Lloyds and TSB - only to see tempter rates snatched away
Lenders launch new high-LTV products aimed at first-timers
What does the falling pound mean for you?
Low rates and rising inflation mean more misery for savers: Here’s what the Chancellor must do to end this injustice
Time to reassess accounts with savings for children
Low rates and rising inflation mean more misery for savers: Here’s what the Chancellor must do to end this injustice
A quarter of Britons have as little as £1 in their bank account by pay day – and HALF have NO savings at all
Find out how you can fight back against inflation
Inflation: how to cope with the big squeeze
Savers hit yet again as even five-year fixes fail to pass muster
Fixed bond bloodbath: Savers locking up their cash for five years get a worse rate than the top one-year deal on offer just 10 months ago
The overdrafts worse than payday loans that trap people in a debt spiral - and how to beat them
Rates slashed on ‘final solution’ savings products

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