Moneyfacts in the News - 30/01/2017

Monday, 30 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
None of the country's ten major banks offer savings accounts which beat inflation: Millions of customers are now accruing almost zero interest
Moneyfacts: Building societies beating banks on rate war
Pressure mounts for decent savings as inflation hits two-year high
Thinking of getting a mortgage? Building societies have got the best deals
Building Societies winning the mortgage rate war
Building societies beat banks for cheap mortgages
Pension fund returns soar
Pension fund returns hit seven-year high amid Brexit vote
2016 saw highest pension fund return since 2009
Brexit, HSBC, energy and pensions
Building societies' mortgage rates are 25pc lower than banks'
2016 saw highest pension fund return since 2009
Cash perks to tempt current account switchers disappearing
HSBC cuts mortgage rates
Starving savers: NO cash ISAs on the market beat inflation
Beat bank closures by switching to a better deal
New year sees spate of mortgage rate cuts - but brokers warn it won't last: What are the best deals if you want to remortgage now?
New year sees spate of mortgage rate cuts - but brokers warn it won't last: What are the best deals if you want to remortgage now?
Retirement incomes set to rise to highest level since 2008, survey suggests
Retirement incomes set to rise to highest level since 2008, survey suggests
Q&A: How do I switch my Norwich and Peterborough current account?
Comment: No need to stop breaking records
MR MONEY Should you go for a ten-year fixed-rate mortgage, or would locking yourself in for a decade be bad for your financial health?
Retirement incomes set to rise to highest level since 2008, survey suggests