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Will the base rate rise hit your credit card bill?

The Bank of England recently raised interest rates for the first time in a decade – but will this drive up the cost of your credit card, overdraft or personal loan?...

Bank of England increases base rate to 0.5%

Which? analyses how the Monetary Policy Committee's decision to increase the Bank of England base rate to 0.5% could impact on savers and homeowners.

Homeowners brace for expected base rate rise

Which? has published new research examining the effect that a rise in the Bank of England base rate could have on homeowners with variable mortgage deals

New Jane Austen £10 note unveiled

New Jane Austen £10 note unveiled with the new note to be most secure yet

Should you take advantage of a ‘tracker’ mortgage charging less than 1%?

HSBC has launched the cheapest tracker deal on record, but is now the right time to take a gamble on a variable mortgage? HSBC’s new 0.99% tracker is available for...

Bank of England crackdown: will new lending rules stop you getting a mortgage?

The Bank of England (BoE) has brought in tighter regulations for mortgage lenders, amid starker warnings about household debt in the UK. But what effect will they have on your...

The end of the fiver: what to do with your old £5 notes

Time is running out to spend your old £5 notes. From 5 May, the cotton notes will be withdrawn and you’ll only be able to use new plastic fivers in...

One month left to spend your old £5 notes

You have just 25 days to spend your old £5 notes as, from 5 May, shops will stop accepting the cotton-made cash to pay for goods or services. The old...

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