26 September 2006
New research from Sainsbury's Bank has found that around £53.8 million worth of personal loans could be taken out this year to help cover the cost of university.
20 September 2006
Consumers' borrowing levels were down in August, according to new industry comment.
15 September 2006
The Consumer Credit Counselling Service (CCCS) has commented on personal loans and the process of personal pricing in the financial industry.
14 September 2006
uSwitch has commented on research by Alliance & Leicester Personal Loans which shows drivers who sign up to finance packages with a car dealer could be out of pocket by almost £1,400.
13 September 2006
Price comparison and switching website uSwitch has commented on the practice of tiered personal loan rates.
12 September 2006
Whether it is a good time to be borrowing depends very much on your individual circumstance, according to Halifax.
08 September 2006
The British Bankers' Association (BBA) has commented on the issue of personal loans and insolvency.
07 September 2006
The Bank of England has announced that interest rates will remain at 4.75% this month.
06 September 2006
September could be a quiet month for car manufacturers as many consumers shun personal loans and finance deals, according to new research.
25 August 2006
First Direct's announcement of 25% cashback offered on unsecured personal loans for existing customers has been greeted with a dose of realism by uSwitch.
23 August 2006
Customers who repay their first direct personal loan on a pre-agreed date will be refunded 25% of the interest they pay during the time scale of the loan.
15 August 2006
Motorists could waste as much as £210 million on over-priced credit this autumn, according to new figures.
11 August 2006
An increasing number of parents are opting to take out a personal loan to help assist in paying for their children's school fees, new research suggests.
10 August 2006
Governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, has moved to dampen suggestions that there will be a second rise in interest rates in the near future.
07 August 2006
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced a rise in its bad debt.
04 August 2006
The Bank of England (BoE) has decided to up the base rate of interest for the first time in two years.
31 July 2006
The level of debt incurred by consumers that they are unable to repay is on the increase in the UK.
28 July 2006
The UK has collectively shifted much of its debt burden from unsecured personal loans and credit cards to mortgages
27 July 2006
Financial institutions in the UK have responded well to ID theft victim's concerns, CIFAS, the UK's fraud prevention service, has said.
26 July 2006
MPs have backed a campaign to change the law to limit the amount of interest that can be charged by home credit companies