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Atom to pull record 1.29% five-year mortgage fix

The product was only launched one week ago but is now being pulled due to 'huge demand'

Mortgage price war: 1.29% FIVE year fix

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New 1.29% five-year mortgage fix lowest-ever 'by a mile' - but you'll have to be quick

App-based bank Atom is offering record-breaking five-year fixed-rate mortgages starting at just 1.29%

Graduates facing hike in student loan interest from September

Millions of graduates will pay more interest on their student loans from September

270,000 Wonga customers hit by possible data breach

The payday lender is investigating an "illegal and unauthorised access" of customer info including bank account details

Credit card firms to be forced to help customers in persistent debt, under regulator's plans

The regulator has today unveiled plans to force credit card companies to help customers stuck in persistent debt

The 'Great 0% Ads Scam' – when 43 months 0% isn't 43 months 0%

The world of 0% credit card advertising is a 'wild west' with consumers left unprotected, an MSE investigation has found

STOP paying credit card interest - we've the best-ever deals, but most of you aren't on 'em

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Price comparison sites 'could be more effective', regulator says

An ongoing study by the Competition and Markets Authority has raised some concerns about how well sites communicate

Halifax pays out 'missing rewards' to 1,000s of Clarity cardholders - are you due £100+?

The bank is belatedly paying customers after failing for years to pay monthly rewards

Market-leading 0.99% two-year fixed rate mortgage launches

Yorkshire Building Society is offering a new market-leading two-year fixed rate mortgage.

Narrow defeat in Parliament for bid to block retrospective student loan hikes

A fresh attempt to stop the Government retrospectively raising student loan repayments has ended in defeat

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