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CFA finds UK economic and lifestyle changes increase demand for short-term loans

An in-depth analysis of the UK’s short-term loan market and the impact of new regulations on borrowers, released by the Consumer Finance association (CFA) on Tuesday, warns that debt is being driven by arrears on household bills such as utilities […]

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Debt Management

Loan or Balance Transfer? What’s Best for Saving Money When Consolidating Debt?

Debt consolidation is the concern of many people in the world. Consumers are trying the best they can put their bills together so that they can survive in

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Bank of England scheme fails to increase lending

Banks and building societies are still not lending more, despite the launch of the Funding for Lending Scheme (FLS) last year. A report released today by the Bank of


The lowdown on loan sharks

People in financial difficulty sometimes turn to illegal money lenders when things get really tough. These lenders, commonly known as loan sharks, charge extremely high rates of interest

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A step-by-step guide to borrowing against your assets

Thanks to the tricky financial climate, a lot of us are quite focused on ways to save and generate money. In the last few years, the idea of

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Bank of England and Treasury launch £80bn scheme to boost lending

A new initiative designed to boost lending to UK businesses and households was officially launched today by the Bank of England and the Treasury. The Funding for Lending Scheme


US restaurant operator Denny’s reduces interest payments by USD5m via refinancing

US restaurant chain Denny’s Corporation (Nasdaq:DENN) has secured a new five-year USD250m senior secured bank credit facility, consisting of a USD190m term loan and a USD60m revolving line

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OFT launch investigation against pay-day loans

An investigation has been launched into the pay-day lending sector by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) after concerns that some firms may be taking advantage of those

Women guilty of overspending

One in Three British Women are Overspending

Research has shown 36 per cent of British women are overspending According to research from the UK-based short term loans company , Lending Stream, a third of British women

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