In the same month that the Bank of England base rate has risen to 0.75% – the highest level since 2009, debt growth has fallen to its lowest level in over a year. According to the August 2018 Money Statistics,
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Findings from the latest Money Statistics from The Money Charity have revealed that UK household costs have risen dramatically in May. The average UK household daily spend on gas, water and electricity has increased to £4.21 in May, growing by
The Money Charity’s Money Workshops have a significant positive effect on the financial capability of young people, in terms of confidence and perception of knowledge, even when the majority of students experience only one one-hour workshop. This is one of
New statistics show that, having reached a peak in April the growth of debt per adult is now beginning to slow. The June 2018’s Money Statistics – produced by The Money Charity finds that growth over the previous 12 months
UK GDP growth is predicted to slump at 0.1% between January and March 2018, its lowest quarterly level since Q4 2012, according to the latest Money Statistics. May’s Money Statistics reveals that the ONS predict Q1 2018 GDP growth to
An extra 340,000 households have no savings to their name since last year, rising to 9.79 million in 2017, according to the latest Money Statistics. April’s Money Statistics reveal that the amount of households in the UK with no cash
Average house prices across the UK fell by 0.7% over the last quarter according to Halifax, and by 0.3% in February according to Nationwide. According to the latest Money Charity Money Statistics, the latest house price estimates from two of
Through the Youth Financial Capability Group (YFCG), The Money Charity has written to Minister of State for Schools, Nick Gibb MP, urging him to legislate for statutory Personal, Social, Health and Economic education (PSHE) for all primary and secondary schools
The average cash ISA interest rate soared to 0.91% at the start of 2018, an increase of 0.55% on the previous month. New data from the Bank of England, published in The Money Charity’s February Money Statistics reveal that cash
Real term wages have continued to slump in the UK, according to The Money Charity’s January 2018 Money Statistics report. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that real term regular pay fell by 0.4% between August and October 2017.