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Mortgage holiday extension: Consultation period to end tomorrow – further clarity inbound

MORTGAGE holiday claimants were offered some reprieve last week as it was confirmed that the payment holidays in question would be extended until October. The FCA made an announcement on the rules on ... read more

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Another 2.4m Americans file for unemployment benefits as surge continues

US jobless claims fell to 2.4m last week, with continuing claims at 25m; Nearly 39m Americans have lost their jobs in the past nine weeks; UK composite purchasing managers’ inde ... read more

Mortgage holiday extended: FCA set out new rules today – full details revealed

MORTGAGE holidays may receive further support in the coming months if proposals set out by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) are introduced. The new suggestions may extend mortgage holiday rules ... read more

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Scamming with impunity: the GoogleAd sham investment comparison websites

"Why won't the Financial Conduct Authority prosecute?" - asks consume campaigner Here’s a different kind of plague, one that hits your wealth rather than health. It’s the torrent of scam savings ... read more

The hidden cost of coronavirus: vital fraud protection on hold

Added security for online payments and contactless card use have been put on hold due to coronavirus (COVID-19). read more

Firms facing ruin as insurers deny pay outs in 'coronavirus cover con'

Tens of thousands of small and medium-sized businesses are at risk of bankruptcy because of the 'disgraceful' and 'immoral' attempt by insurers to wriggle out of releasing the vital funds. read more

Global markets shaken as China tightens grip on Hong Kong

European and US markets turned red today after heavy losses for Hong Kong over China's push for a national security law. The FTSE 100 underperformed against its Continental counterparts as US-China ... read more

Mortgage payment holidays could last 18 months to help ease financial pressure on Brits

STRUGGLING households may be allowed to extend mortgage holidays by a year to 18 months it’s understood. Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced in March that lenders had to offer three-month ... read more

Martin Lewis issues urgent update for self-employed over future of coronavirus financial support scheme

As lockdown continues to challenge our health and economy, Martin Lewis has issued some new advice on how to navigate this tricky financial situation. In the tenth edition of his coronavirus-focused ... read more

5 common loan scams and how to spot a legitimate company

Common loan scams can do quite a number on your finances and possibly even dent your credit score. Know a legitimate lender from a dodgy con artist. read more

UK regulator ends probe of ex-Barclays banker Roger Jenkins -lawyer

Reuters/HENRY NICHOLLS Former Barclays banker Roger Jenkins leaves the Old Bailey Central Criminal Court in London LONDON (Reuters) - Roger Jenkins, a former ... read more

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