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HM Treasury has announced a five-point plan to help secure the UKs economic outlook for the future.
Bank of England governor Mervyn King has been reappointed to serve a further five-year term in the role, it has emerged.
A January decline in the average property value is the fourth such monthly fall in a row, it has been claimed.
The cost to Britons of tax avoidance among the super-rich totals £13 billion each year, it has emerged.
It is imperative that utility providers assist customers left facing energy poverty due to rising fuel prices, according to an industry watchdog.
The current economic upheavals in the UK represent a "fundamental adjustment", Deloitte claims.
Fraudulent behaviour by an employee has resulted in a "significant loss" being incurred by Parisian bank Societe Generale, it has emerged.
A personal finance expert urges Britons to "get smart, get savvy" and address their monetary problems.
Britons impulse-buying habits are adding to the amount owed on credit card bills, it has emerged.
The fallout from Christmas expenditure sees a drop in saving for children in February, it has emerged.
The Bank of England may have maintained the base rate, but National Savings & Investments (NS&I) has reduced the amount paid on some products.
The impending publication of the Bank of Englands quarterly inflation report was a key influencing factor in the decision not to change the base rate of interest, it has emerged.
So-called Blue Monday went worse than expected for UK investors, with £77 billion wiped off the FTSE 100.
The Bank of England has revealed plans to help Northern Rock over the coming years, with nationalisation one proposed option.
The credit crunch is having little impact on the green mortgage market, it has been suggested.
Rules to give the police access to details of uninsured vehicles are helping to fight crime, it has been claimed.
The value of privately-owned homes in the UK has tripled in the past ten years, Halifax says.
In uncertain economic times, easy investments are the best option, consumers have been told.
It is essential that businesses meet the January 31st self-assessment deadline for tax returns, HM Revenue & Customs has asserted.
A mis-selling case between Equitable Life and 407 of its annuity holders has been settled, it has emerged.
A new customer charter has been released to help govern the industry, the Department for International Development (DFID) reveals.
A test case examining the legality of bank charges for unauthorised overdrafts begins in the high court this week, the Office of Fair Trading reveals.
The number of insolvencies and individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs) taking place in Britain looks set to rise significantly this year, with "quite a few predictions to say that there will be an increase".
The laws relating to data protection must be tightened to prevent further high-profile leaks, a government committee warns.
The Bank of England has opted to maintain the current base rate of 5.5 per cent in its January meeting.
Consumers need not necessarily be hit by energy cost increases, it has been suggested.
The amount of money being put into pension schemes is limited by Britons debt, it has been claimed.
The UKs workplace pensions environment could be changing over the coming years, research reveals.
With the self-assessment tax deadline looming, UK businesses have now been told that HM Revenue & Customs staff could be going on strike.
Chancellor Alistair Darling has expressed concern over the availability of gas from continental Europe in a letter to energy watchdog Ofgem.
House prices are set to correct drastically in the next three years, in news likely to be welcomed by first-time buyers.
Consolidation loans might seem an increasingly appealing option for many as bankruptcies look set to rise.
Members of the public do not fully understand their position when seeking investment advice and other financial pointers, it has been claimed.
New figures from the Bank of England suggest a rate cut could be on the horizon.
Young people in the UK are failing to carry out any sort of credit card comparison when signing up for new lending products, according to one personal finance institution.
Using the internet for banking is a popular method for expats, according to the latest research, but more could use the online banking experience to make their money work harder for them.
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Mark Mitchell writes on a broad range of financial and consumer issues.
Luke Jovetic covers all aspects of economic news as well as money savings articles.