August 2014 blog posts

Savings surge as changes to tax-free accounts are introduced

savings Many of the UK’s high street banks have reported a surge in savings deposits as customers respond to new rules surrounding the New Individual Savings …

Ryanair continue to court debt-laden Cyprus Airways

Paper planeIrish airline Ryanair have stepped forward in their efforts to buy struggling Cyprus Airways.

Ryanair, run by chief executive, Michael O’Leary, had initially dismissed reports …

Persimmon celebrate but housing market’s future remains unclear

monopoly housesPersimmon, one of the UK’s leading housebuilders, has posted news of improving profits, despite increasing restrictions on how mortgage loans are issued.

The results come …

‘Bake-Off’ effect encourages increased spending

Pound signsTV hit, The Great British Bake Off, is reportedly having a positive impact on the UK high street as shoppers are keen to emulate the …

7 Ways you can be rewarded for being a loyal customer

Tightening your purse strings does not necessarily have to mean cutting down on the essential things you buy, as loyalty cards make it possible for …

Future of Network Rail’s debts in doubt

Train SeriesGovernment ministers are considering a way to restructure Network Rail to avoid the organisation’s current debt being added to the amount owed by the country …

20 Money saving tips exclusively for Londoners

Living in one of the world’s most exciting cities can put a strain on your wallet but the best part about living in London is …

Increased online shopping sees a surge in internet usage

ShoppingAn increase in online clothing sales has seen internet sales rise further, according to figures released from the Office for National Statistics.

In addition to …

Debt Relief Orders set for review

Money blocksA review into how Debt Relief Orders, or DROs, are issued is set to be launched as the government considers how best to use …

Chinese austerity sees sales at drinks giant fall flat

News header redA crack down on spending in China has seen drinks firm, Diageo, face falling sales across a number of growing markets.

Having expanded into China …

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