Yorkshire start-up helps client win back £8k in wrongly charged loan fees

A property developer who took out a bridging loan in 2019 has reclaimed £8,200 in wrongly charged loan interest and fees thanks to Yorkshire start-up Secured Lending Auditing. The firm, which checks commercial loans and mortgages for any mismanagement…

Inflation breaches Bank of England target to hit 2.1% as lockdown is eased

Inflation has risen more sharply than expected to hit 2.1 per cent in May after the reopening of the economy drove up prices for clothes, haircuts, transport and dining out. For the first time since July 2019, the headline…

Property prices rise near record rate in Stamp Duty bubble

The property market cooled in April, but house prices are still growing at a near-record pace. Property prices rose by 8.9 per cent in the year to April, the Office for National Statistics said. This was down from 9.9…

Perspex screens should be scrapped over fears they increase Covid transmission, Government told

Ministers have reportedly been advised to scrap perspex screens in pubs, restaurants and offices over fears they may actually increase Covid transmission. Whitehall has drawn up “clear guidance” urging the Government to ditch the screens after it emerged they…

Travel curbs may be eased for fully vaccinated Britons – The Telegraph

STOCK PHOTO Fully vaccinated Britons could be allowed to travel to countries on the government’s ‘amber list’ without quarantining when they return home, The Daily Telegraph reported on Wednesday. Under the current traffic light system, travellers returning from green list…

Which COVID vaccine is best? Here’s why that’s really hard to answer

With the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines accelerating, people are increasingly asking which vaccine is best? Even if we tried to answer this question, defining which vaccine is “best” is not simple. Does that mean the vaccine better at protecting you…

Sizzling heat wave blankets U.S. Southwest for third day

LOS ANGELES – Much of the western United States baked for a third day on Wednesday under a punishing heat wave that has set temperature records, prompted health warnings and strained power grids. Although a shift in the weather has…

Market Research: Your business partner in making sense of these uncertain times

As cliche as Heraclitus’ words were, it’s even more true now more than ever: the only thing permanent in life is change. The Covid-19 pandemic has indeed changed every aspect of human life: the way we think, work, and the…

Inflation trend turns friend for outperforming Philippine bonds

Philippine bonds have been racing ahead this quarter and may soon be getting another shot of turbo power. This time from cooling inflation. The consumer-price index looks to have passed its peak after dropping back to 4.5% in the last…

Fed signals higher rates in 2023, bond-buying taper talks as virus fades

WASHINGTON – The Federal Reserve on Wednesday began closing the door on its pandemic-driven monetary policy as officials projected an accelerated timetable for interest rate increases, opened talks on how to end crisis-era bond-buying, and said the 15-month-old health emergency…

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