As Brexit looms ahead, the Bank of England base rate has been held at 0.75%. So how could Brexit affect your mortgage and savings interest rates?
Which? explains why first-time buyers are the biggest beneficiaries of two increases in the Bank of England base rate in the last year.
In the lead up to August's base rate rise, home owners rushed to remortgage to fixed-rate deals. But is it still worth switching six weeks on?
This seven-year fixed-rate bond offers the highest interest rates around - but will putting your savings away for that long mean you're likely to miss out?
One month after the base rate rise, savers have seen little benefit, even as variable-rate mortgage holders have seen costs rise, Which? analysis reveals.
Which? assesses whether tracker mortgages represent a good deal for home buyers, as speculation continues about a possible rise in the base rate.