The Bank of England has written to firms about the possibility of the base rate dropping to 0% or even going negative - find out what it means for your finances
HSBC could start charging for banking services in the UK. Which? looks at how the change could affect you and if other banks are following suit.
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?
Nationwide is reducing the current account interest rate on its flagship FlexDirect account to 2% from 5%. Which? explains what this means for your money.
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?
Interest rates on savings accounts are still worse than they were two years ago despite the Bank of England base rate being higher. How does your bank fare?
Virgin Money has launched two Manchester United savings accounts offering up to 1.35% AER and the chance to win match day tickets. Should you apply?
The Bank of England base rate is sticking at 0.5% for this month - so should you remortgage now, and if so should you choose a fixed-rate or tracker deal?
As the Isa market is on the up, and with only days left to use your Isa allowance for 2017-18 tax year, we've found the best cash Isa rates on the market
Homebuyers have benefited from historic low rates. But as a scheme providing cheap funding to banks comes to an end, are borrowers set for a rate hike?