More than 50,000 savers have opened accounts with Goldman Sachs’ new retail bank, Marcus, within ten days of the bank’s launch in the UK.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has agreed to investigate a “super-complaint” which was lodged last month by Citizens Advice on behalf of loyal savers.
It doesn’t actually exist yet, but that hasn’t quelled the speculation around the Care ISA...
Millions of self-employed workers are facing a pension crisis as they cannot afford to save for their retirement, new research has found.
Women are much less likely to invest in fintech and alternative lending than men, according to a new survey by European P2P platform Robo.cash.
Rising inflation is set to wipe out any gains made from last week’s base rate hike, creating more misery for savers.
Gatehouse Bank has increased the rates on its savings accounts by 0.25 per cent, in line with the recent base rate rise. All three of the bank’s existing notice accounts will be offering an extra 0.25 per cent starting from Friday 17 August.
New research from energy-switching service The Labrador has revealed the extreme measures that savers go to in an effort to avoid spending money.
Skipton Building Society has raised the interest rate on its Cash Lifetime ISA (LISA) and other variable savings accounts, following yesterday’s base rate hike.
After months of speculation, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted to raise the base rate for the first time since November 2017.
Over the past nine years, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has only raised rates once. So why does this base interest rate even matter?