Legislation to cap charges on pensions could be delayed until at least next year, according to latest proposals by pensions minister Steve Webb.
Current account switching increased by 17 per cent in the last three months of 2013 as consumers felt confident enough to 'break free from the shackles of their old banks'.
A new international credit rating agency has launched, aiming to shake up the industry and rival the 'big three' Moody's, S&P and Fitch.
Hargreaves Lansdown has announced discounts on 27 Wealth 150+ funds, but Fundsmith's Terry Smith doesn't want to be on the list.
Hargreaves Lansdown has revealed its new pricing structure, with most clients paying an annual charge of 0.45 per cent from 1 March 2014.
Buy-to-let lender and consumer finance group Paragon has issued an eight-year retail bond with a coupon of 6.125 per cent.
Inflation has fallen to its target level of 2 per cent for the first time since November 2009, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Tesco has raised the rate on its Internet Saver account for new savers to 1.55 per cent before tax (1.24 per cent after tax).
A new online directory launched to help pension savers access information and guidance when shopping around for retirement options has been criticised for being ‘misleading’ and biased.
Sarasin & Partners has announced changes to its global equity income range, including two new and two renamed funds.
This week will see the release of three housebuilder trading updates and the third-quarter sales report from fashion retailer Burberry Group.
Monday 13 January
Equity funds are topping the best-seller lists for the eighth month in a row, according to the Investment Management Association (IMA).