People who are good at keeping a budget tend to be older and have higher trust in financial institutions
Consumer confidence continues to improve for the fifth month in a row even as a second wave of coronavirus looms, according to research from YouGov and the CEBR.
This is despite most (86%) business decision-makers saying that companies have a role to play in tackling racial inequality
Most Brits still stick with their current account for decades - but one in eight (13%) have switched in the past three years
On September 4, media reports revealed that Starling Bank would be introducing a “new charging structure” for certain services.
Insurance company Admiral saw the highest growth in new customers in its sector between January and August this year compared with the same period in 2019
The pandemic has accelerated the shift towards buying online, with PayPal seeing a steady increase in customers
They tend to be younger, female and more idealistic
A three-month run of gains in consumer confidence has been brought to an end by a slight dip, according to the latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
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Consumer confidence rises for third consecutive month, entering positive territory for first time since February.