All news stories featuring 'Banks'

Budget 2014: The key points for savers, including Isa boon

19 March 2014

Chancellor George Osborne announced big changes for savers in today's Budget - here's a round-up of how they affect you

Cheques set to become payable via smartphone photos

27 December 2013

Government plans mean smartphone users will be able to pay cheques in by sending a photo to their bank

Hit by NatWest/ RBS glitch? Call your bank NOW to get your money back

5 December 2013

NatWest, RBS and Ulster Bank customers hit by this week's IT glitch are reporting being offered compensation

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8 November 2013

Barclays to open bank branches in Asda stores

Barclays is to start testing out bank branches in Asda stores early next year

9 September 2013

Lloyds and TSB split: What does it mean for you?

631 bank branches become TSB from today as it splits from Lloyds

28 June 2013

Bank failed to cancel regular payment? Claim cash now

Banks that have failed to cancel a regular payment on a credit or debit card when asked will have to refund customers

17 June 2013

Co-operative Bank: Savers' cash safe as rescue plan revealed

The troubled Co-operative Bank unveils a rescue plan - but savers with cash in standard accounts shouldn't worry

15 May 2013

No current account competition probe, OFT says

The Office of Fair Trading tells banks they won't face a competition investigation - for now

13 February 2013

Banks not giving adequate investment advice, says FSA

One in four investors are not receiving good enough advice from their bank, a mystery shopping review by the FSA shows

25 January 2013

Switching bank accounts 'must be made easier'

Banks are still not doing enough to help consumers find the best current account deals, says the OFT

24 January 2013

Banks warned over new 'PPI products'

Firms risk mis-selling new PPI-type insurance unless they follow fresh guidance, say watchdogs

12 December 2012

Firms 'should be clearer on regular card payments'

Traders may not be making it clear to consumers that they're being signed up to a Continuous Payment Authority

4 December 2012

Threat to bank statements and bills if postal boycott goes ahead

Postal workers could refuse to deliver post sent via anyone other than Royal Mail, a union says

4 October 2012

House prices down 1.2% over year, says Halifax

House prices fell to £159,486 in September, representing a 1.2% fall on a year ago and a 0.4% drop month-on-month

21 September 2012

Households ripped off by £430 each year, report says

Every household is being ripped off to the tune of £430 a year by financial firms, according to a new study

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