Moneyfacts in The News - 21/11/2016

Monday, 21 November 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:
Publication Article
Average five-year fix falls below 3%
Savings Accounts to Beat Inflation
HOMEOWNER BOOST: Mortgage deals defy Brexit doom-mongers to fall to RECORD lows
Average five-year fixed rate mortgage falls below 3%
Should you break out of fixed-rate cash Isas?
Fix your mortgage rate now if you're worried about Trump and Brexit
Black Friday is overhyped, overrated and over here: Read our 10-step survival guide
Leek United buy-to-let mortgage rated as 'outstanding' by finance experts
Brexit hits first-time buyers hardest
Gap between low and high rate LTV mortgages at year-long high
First-time buyers not benefitting from post-Brexit interest rate cuts
Trump victory in US election drives investors to dump bonds: Will sell-off turn into a rout?
Santander limits cashback for 123 credit cardholders to £9 per month and ramps up interest charges
Mortgage lenders signal rising student debt levels as 'potential crisis' that will help lock millions out of owning homes
Tax, bonds, national insurance and pensions