Moneyfacts In The News 24.04.20 | moneyfacts.co.uk

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Derin Clark

Derin Clark

Online Reporter
Published: 24/04/2020

The expertise of the Moneyfacts team is regularly in demand from news outlets and journalists across the national and financial spectrum, with many relying on our up-to-the-minute data and insightful quotes to inform their stories. Here are just a few places we’ve been in the news this week.

Our story on the fall in savings products between March and April was used by a wide range of publications including Aol., Belfast Telegraph, The Daily Mail, Evening Express, Evening Telegraph, Express, Interactive Investor, IndependentMortgage Finance Gazette, msn, The Press and Journal, TalkTalk, The Courier.co.uk, The Guardian, The Money Pages, This is Money, Whatsnew2Day, Your Money, Yahoo! Finance, and The Times.

During the week, our story on how the stocks & shares ISA market has been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic was used by The Daily Mail, Financial Planning Today, London Loves Business, This is Money, and Your Money.

Our previous story on the fall in BTL mortgage deals was used by various publications including House Ladder, Landlord Today, Leicester Property Insight, and Property Road.

Our finance experts are often in demand, and this week they have been busy providing bespoke work and expert comment for Mortgage Solutions, Mortgage Strategy, Peer2Peer Finance News, The Sun, The Times, Your Money, Your Mortgage, Zoopla, and Financial Times. In addition to this, our data or best buys was used by acrofan, Benzinga, Businesswire, DMN Newswire, Fintech Zoom, Good Housekeeping, Spectator Life, and Whatsnew2Day.

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