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What's the deal? A "no fees" currency transfer service aimed at Britons who have holiday homes overseas or who want their pension paid abroad
The UK and Iceland have been locked in a bitter dispute over who should foot the £4.5bn bill for compensating British savers with money in Icesave
What's the deal? Fixed rates of 5 per cent on three-year savings bonds, even as the base rate remains at its 0.5 per cent low
One in five people has changed their bank during the past two years because they were unhappy about the way they were treated, according to a survey.
National Savings & Investments has boosted a range of interest rates by up to 1.2 percentage points, amid intense competition for savers' cash among banks and building societies
Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group are to sell off some of their assets as part of a major shake-up of the UK banking industry. What will it mean for consumers?
Millions of instant access savers will be entitled to receive two months' written notice of cuts to interest rates on their accounts from November 1
What are the implications of the banks' sell-off for existing savers and borrowers
Savers continue to be rewarded for tying up their cash in fixed-rate bonds with returns of up to 5 per cent, but instant access accounts still offer as much as 3.3 per cent
The biggest bank in the eurozone by market capitalisation continues to generate capital at such a rate that it may have to return cash to shareholders next year
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