The summer of market turbulence continues as concerns over debts in Europe and the US rattle investors.
France, Spain, Belgium and Italy have banned speculative 'short selling' on the shares of financial institutions in a bid to stall falling prices
Over 800,000 homeowners are facing negative equity, with their the size of their mortgage debt outweighing the value of their home.
With stock markets falling around the world, Which? tells you how you might be affected.
A two year study of consumers in England and Wales has revealed who the best and worst savers are across parts of the UK.
As the price of gold hits a record high of $1,664 per ounce, Which? Money gives you the lowdown on the precious metal.
The Land Registry has produced a new guide to land banking after the FSA revealed that consumers had lost £200 million in the schemes.
The savings limit for Junior Isas, launching on 1 November 2011, look set to receive a 20% boost from £3,000 to £3,600.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) is warning consumers to avoid a scam that’s duping people into thinking they’re investing in Invesco Perpetual.
As investors rushed to bond investments last month, Which? Money gives you the lowdown on gilts, bonds and other fixed income investments.