House prices have increased at their slowest rate since March 2013 at just 1.5% higher than last year, according to latest figures from Halifax.
Campaign groups argue that the speed of the change has caught millions unaware, leaving many women born in the 1950s worse off.
Whether the US economy will see further fiscal expansion is unclear, while US/China trade tensions are unlikely to cool off.
Grieving relations could see the cost of probate increase by thousands of pounds after the Ministry of Justice confirmed tiered fees from April 2019.
Interactive investor, the parent company of Money Observer, has permanently scrapped exit fees for all its customers.
Our list of 10 most popular funds is dominated by ‘star’ fund managers and tracker funds.
Pre-tax profits for UK companies grew by 13.7% in the third quarter of 2018, almost double the yearly growth rate for the
After a grim October, markets around the world appear to have stablished this week, primarily on the back of growing optimism around the US/China trade dispute.
October was painful for markets across the globe, and the FTSE 100 index was no different. Here are the index's biggest winners and losers.
Brexit uncertainty and the squeeze on household budgets has an impact, Nationwide figures reveal.
In recent years, the stock market has been noticeably weak in the autumn month, says Stephen Eckett.
More than 18,000 people claimed back tax on pension withdrawals in the third quarter of 2018.