The Bank of England is considering a negative base rate to help the UK economy through the coronavirus crisis. Will you have to pay your bank to save?
Which? analysis reveals how savings rates and the number of available accounts have changed since the Bank of England slashed the base rate to 0.1% in March 2020.
Which? assesses what's happened in the mortgage market since the base rate was first cut, including which banks have passed on the savings to customers.
Which? explains the pros and cons of taking out a tracker mortgage after two cuts to the Bank of England base rate saw rates drop below 1%.
As Brexit looms ahead, the Bank of England faces pressure to cut the base rate. So how could Brexit affect your mortgage and savings interest rates?
American Express credit card interest will vary in line with the Bank of England base rate from 1 October 2019. Find out if you'll end up paying more on your credit card.
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.