Moneyfacts in the News - 28/11/2016

Monday, 28 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
Chancellor appeals to savers with high-paying investment bond
Savers offered fresh chance to invest with ‘outstanding’ interest
Bond will help savers to beat the market
Good News for Pension Savers - For Now
Autumn Statement: What it means for your money
Leeds launches new fixed rate ISA at 1.01%
Savings update: cash Isa rates plunge up to 50 per cent in just a year
There’s a new bond in town for savers, but rates are still low
New plans to make pension providers selling annuities show competitor prices
These 2 income stocks will thrash Philip Hammond's new savings bond
Annuity providers told to offer customers rival deals
Autumn Statement: Hammond says pension triple lock is SAFE and launches new savings bond
'We switched our mortgage and saved enough to buy a car': Is it time to grab a fixed rate bargain before deals disappear?
Beyond Brexit: We are all a little bit poorer thanks to Brexit
Deal that may hike all credit card bills: Lloyds £7bn swoop for rival to control one in four of all card debts
Shoppers set for £1bn Black Friday credit card binge: Quarter of money spent will be on plastic fueling fastest growth in debt in a decade
Where to find the best bank accounts for teenagers
Getting on the property ladder: What first-time buyers need to know