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Big banks hike mortgages but keep schtum on savings after base rate rise

Some banks and building societies are hiking mortgage prices after yesterday's base rate rise, but not savings rates

Sainsbury's Bank customers facing long call centre waits following credit card statement delays

Sainsbury's Bank customers are reporting wait times of several hours to get through to its call centre

26,000 switched away from TSB between April and June

TSB lost only 900 more customers between April and June than it did between January and March

Competition watchdog raises concerns over Experian's purchase of ClearScore

The competition watchdog is set to investigate Experian's purchase of fellow credit reference service ClearScore

Signs of a savings mini-revival as two top rates launch

Two top savings rates have launched today beating the previous market-leader

Banks' loyal customers are a 'captive audience', regulator warns - if you're unhappy, switch

A review of the banking sector by the financial regulator has warned that established banks have a "captive audience"

Sainsbury's credit card customers unable to see their recent transactions

Sainsbury's credit card customers are unable to see their recent transactions and there's no end date in sight

Lords demand cut in student loan interest rates

The interest rate charged on post-2012 student loans should be reduced to 1.5%, a parliamentary committee has said

Rent-to-own sector faces price cap as high-cost credit reforms proposed

The financial regulator has announced new proposals designed to protect millions of people who use high-cost credit

Complaints about high-cost credit reach highest-ever level

The number of complaints about high-cost credit has reached its highest level on record, according to new figures

TSB still can't say when its IT problems will be fixed - over a month after they started

TSB still hasn't given a fixed date on when its IT problems will be fully fixed - over a month after they started

UK base rate remains at 0.5%

The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee voted to keep the rate steady

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