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Inflation remains at 1.9% in March – but fixed-term savings rates slump

Which? explains the reasons why inflation held steady in March 2019, and reveals the savings and cash Isa accounts that can beat it

Best savings rates on the rise: 375 accounts now beat inflation

We've identified hundreds of fixed-rate savings accounts, cash Isas, regular savers, Junior Isas - and many more - that beat the 1.8% CPI rate of inflation

Savings rates are on the rise, as more than 170 accounts now beat inflation

We detail exactly how many accounts can beat 2.1% CPI rate of inflation, and reveal where to find the best savings and cash Isa rates

Inflation fell to 2.1% in December 2018 – can any savings rate beat it?

Find out why inflation decreased to the lowest rate in nearly two years, and how to beat it with the best savings rates

November inflation falls to 2.3% – is it time to move your savings?

The ONS has revealed that inflation decreased in November. Which explains what this could mean for your savings and how to find the best rate.

October inflation stays at 2.4% – what does it mean for your savings?

We look at the reasons why inflation increased/decreased in October, and find out whether any savings accounts can beat it

August 2018 inflation jumps to 2.7% – should you move your savings?

Following the announcement that August 2018 CPI inflation has risen again, we explain what effect it could have on your savings, and where you can find the best rates.

June inflation remains at 2.4% – what does it mean for your savings?

Which? explains what the June inflation rise/drop has been caused by, what it could mean for your savings, and where you can find the best rates to beat it

February inflation falls to 2.7% – can you find a savings account to beat it?

The Office for National Statistics revealed this morning that the February 2018 annual rate of Consumer Prices Index (CPI) inflation figures fell to 2.7%, down from 3.0% in January. Which?...

What does the December CPI inflation rate fall mean for your savings?

Which? explains how to find the best savings accounts and investments with returns higher than December CPI inflation

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