Moneyfacts in the News - 23/01/2017

Monday, 23 January 2017

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
Only one in 15 savings accounts 'able to keep up with or beat inflation rate'
Inflation, pensions, housing and fraud
Pressure mounts for decent savings as inflation hits two-year high
Average long term Isa rate creeps up – but still pays just 1pc
Savings Accounts to Beat the New Rate of Inflation
Are you brave enough to take a 10-year fixed rate mortgage?
On the Money: Long-term mortgages buy peace of mind, but watch the downside
Hanley Economic attracts first time home buyers with new mortgage
Your money: Hidden costs behind your financial products
The savings and bank accounts that still beat inflation
Only one in 15 bank accounts now pay interest better than inflation
None of the country's ten major banks offer savings accounts which beat inflation: Millions of customers are now accruing almost zero interest
Specialist buy-to-let lenders to grow market share in 2017
BTL market to change fast as lenders target residential
Greedy banks slash interest rates on 84 savings accounts — hitting people who rely on interest to live
Should you get the new Amazon reward credit card?
Mortgage rates are fuelling the generational wealth imbalance
Small deposit mortgages cost £300 more a month
Comment: No need to stop breaking records
Fresh hope for savers as ISA rates rise: 6 of the best deals this week
Yorkshire offers cheapest 90% LTV variable rate mortgage
Tesco bank extends mortgage broker panel
Only one in 15 savings accounts 'able to keep up with or beat inflation rate'
Yorkshire Building Society launches two-year mortgage at 1.54%