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Mortgage competition contributes to fall in Nationwide profits

22nd May 2019

Nationwide Building Society has suggested that intense mortgage competition and increased spending on digital banking services have led to its profits falling by 19% to £788m for the year to 4 April

Intense mortgage competition has contributed to fall in Nationwide profits

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Downsizers can get less than they bargained for

22nd May 2019

Downsizing is becoming an increasingly popular way for many older homeowners to release cash from their home, yet unfortunately, after the various associated costs have been taken into account, many end up with less than they bargained for.

Downsizing is an increasingly popular way for many older homeowners to release cash from their home, yet unfortunately, many end up with less than they thought.

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Savers can lock away cash to beat inflation

22nd May 2019

Savers looking to beat the eroding impact of inflation will find that fixed bond rates have risen in the past 12 months, so they can now get a better true return on their cash.

Savers looking to beat the eroding impact of inflation will find that fixed rates have risen in the past 12 months, so they can now get a better true return.

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Celebrity investment scams cost investors on average £14,600 each

21st May 2019

A warning has been issued today by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) together with Action Fraud regarding the rising number of crypto assets and forex investment scams. In an alarming new trend, fraudsters are using bogus celebrity endorsements in order to dupe unwary investors into parting with their cash.

FCA issues warning over bogus celebrity investment scams

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Depositor protection schemes

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A guide to fixed rate bonds

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Find out how fixed rate bonds work and their pros and cons.

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