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The Bank of England has kept the base rate on hold at 0.5%, with no new quantitative easing measures announced.
Yesterday’s Autumn Statement had far fewer knock-on effects for personal finance, compared to the wholesale changes to pensions that have been brought in over the last few years.
Chancellor George Osborne presented his Autumn Statement and Spending Review on 25 November. Did he mete out further austerity measures or did he deliver benign announcements that spell good news...
Read Chancellor George Osborne's 2015 Autumn Statement here.
The UK's FTSE 100 index led European stockmarkets higher on Tuesday as China's market continued to tumble following Monday's global market rout.
The UK consumer prices index grew 0.1% in July, up from 0% in June and confounding analysts' expectations.
Co-operative Bank has come under fire once again, after being publicly lambasted by UK authorities.
There weren't too many surprises when the Bank of England chose to maintain the base rate of interest at 0.5% for the 78th month running on 6 August 2015, but there were pointers that a rise in...
The Bank of England has voted to hold the UK base rate of interest at 0.5% for the 78th month running, but raised the prospect of an imminent rise.
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