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Royal Mail shares drop to their lowest level since privatisation

Shares hit 455.1p, have not been as low since day it was floated in OctoberThe group said much now hinges on the ‘critical’ Christmas trading ...

Turmoil-hit Tesco sees shares fall amid leadership changes

By Daily Mail City & Finance Published: 18:13 EST, 22 July 2014 | Updated: 06:04 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

Broadband TV battle hots up as TalkTalk seals Sky on-demand sports deal

TalkTalk customers able to watch live events via Sky Sports Box OfficeAlso new channel, Sky Sports 5, showcasing Champions League footballTalkTalk added 185,000 net new ...

No shock rise in interest rates on the cards as wage growth is too weak, Bank records reveal

By Adrian Lowery Published: 05:13 EST, 23 July 2014 | Updated: 05:51 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

Secret loophole freezes the pensions of 250,000 women

By Ruth Lythe Follow @@RuthLythe Published: 18:19 EST, 22 July 2014 | Updated: 05:41 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

Upmarket retailer Cath Kidston in China drive

By Daily Mail City & Finance Published: 18:12 EST, 22 July 2014 | Updated: 05:38 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

Read your meter or pay extra: Co-operative Energy launches super-cheap gas and electricity deal

By Victoria Bischoff Follow @@VBischoff Published: 02:50 EST, 23 July 2014 | Updated: 05:06 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

MP Andrew Tyrie lambasts RBS's 'wilfully obtuse' executives

By James Salmon Follow @@JamesSalmon79 Published: 18:14 EST, 22 July 2014 | Updated: 04:25 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

JAMES CONEY: Let's get ruthless with our banks

By James Coney Follow @@jimconey Published: 18:24 EST, 22 July 2014 | Updated: 04:08 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

FTSE LIVE: Footsie ticks higher lifted by gains from Vodafone, miners

By This Is Money Reporters Published: 02:47 EST, 23 July 2014 | Updated: 03:59 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

Soaring numbers of borrowers caught out by rogue websites offering fake cheap loans that cost 7,000%

By Ruth Lythe Follow @@RuthLythe Published: 18:20 EST, 22 July 2014 | Updated: 03:50 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

Weir Group sets sights on Finnish acquisition again - but this time it's Outotec

By Geoff Foster Published: 18:03 EST, 22 July 2014 | Updated: 03:45 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

Two years of interest rate cuts cost savers £5bn

By Sylvia Morris Published: 18:23 EST, 22 July 2014 | Updated: 03:44 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

Nationwide and Santander become latest major lenders to tighten mortgage rules

By Victoria Bischoff Follow @@VBischoff Published: 18:25 EST, 22 July 2014 | Updated: 03:40 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

Banks face probe over paid-for account complaints

By Holly Black Published: 18:19 EST, 22 July 2014 | Updated: 03:23 EST, 23 July 2014 ...

Quarter of Britons last just 17 days after payday before going overdrawn

By Adam Uren Follow @@adamuren Published: 05:10 EST, 17 July 2014 | Updated: 05:44 EST, 17 July 2014 ...

Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox failed in an audacious £47bn proposal to buy rival Time Warner

By Rob Davies Published: 16:23 EST, 16 July 2014 | Updated: 05:29 EST, 17 July 2014 ...

Current account switchers up 16% in a year according to Payments Council

Payments Council say nearly 600k have switched bank in six monthsSantander has been the main winner, gaining 12% of all switchersOne expert says figures aren't ...

Mothercare's new boss pledges to modernise business as UK sales fall

By This Is Money Reporter Published: 05:14 EST, 17 July 2014 | Updated: 05:14 EST, 17 July 2014 ...

With London property prices spiralling, where can families buy and still get to work in the capital?

Average London home has £500k price tagOnline agent lists towns from five different counties worth consideringIncludes historic Essex town boasting a castle and zooBy Lee Boyce Follow ...

MINOR INVESTOR: Woodford revealing all is a victory for investors

By Simon Lambert Follow @@_simonlambert Published: 00:00 EST, 17 July 2014 | Updated: 04:43 EST, 17 July 2014 ...

Can you insure your income even after you know your job is under threat?

By Ed Monk Published: 04:02 EST, 17 July 2014 | Updated: 04:38 EST, 17 July 2014 ...

FTSE LIVE: Footsie falls back as rally proves short-lived

By This Is Money Reporters Published: 02:40 EST, 17 July 2014 | Updated: 04:25 EST, 17 July 2014 ...

'Calculated to mislead': Lloyds slammed by MPs for sending out Wonga-style debt collection letters under a law firm's name

Practice is 'very concerning' says committee chairman Andrew TyrieLloyds boss sent a sample letter to MPs Bank has been sending the letters since the 1980s Lloyds has ...

Be aware of cheap cancer cover's hidden pitfalls in small print

Some cheap policies have exclusions that mean they won't pay outPolicies may not cover you for some particular types of cancerEarly stages of cancer may ...

No takeover plans but ITV excited by Liberty Global's stake purchase

Virgin Media's owner says it is excited to be a shareholder of ITV after the ‘opportunistic and attractive’ investmentThe sale raises £481million for BSkyB and ...

Sports Direct posts surge in profits but confirms it will not pay dividend

By This Is Money Reporter Published: 03:51 EST, 17 July 2014 | Updated: 04:05 EST, 17 July 2014 ...

New Mini is Car of the Year as Jaguar F-Type, McLaren and Qashqai also scoop awards

Sc By Ray Massey, Transport Editor Published: 18:54 EST, 15 July 2014 | Updated: 03:43 EST, 17 July 2014 ...

Kent Reliance boosts rates on two short-term fixed-rate cash Isas

By Lee Boyce Follow @@lee_boyce Published: 06:58 EST, 16 July 2014 | Updated: 02:59 EST, 17 July 2014 ...

Ten spots where the property market is hottest

Cambridge has fastest selling property in BritainTakes an average of 65 days for home to sell nationwideHomes in Powys take longest to sell at 113 ...

Taxpayers lost out on £1bn as Government undervalued Royal Mail in botched privatisation

MPs claim the government feared ‘failing’ over the controversial sell-offVince Cable has announced a review into the privatisationBy Belinda Robinson Published: 05:52 EST, 11 ...

House price growth will outstrip wages for years to come, warns OBR

Homeowners will face an increasing debt burden as prices continue to outstrip inflation, watchdog warnsRapid house price growth may already be slowing, say estate agentsTax ...

Average wage in Britain may be £3,500 lower than previously thought

By This Is Money Published: 01:13 EST, 11 July 2014 | Updated: 05:37 EST, 11 July 2014 ...

Barclays to turn cashiers into 'community bankers' armed with iPads

More branches to become 'counter-less' from OctoberRetrained staff to get pay risesBy Ed Monk Published: 01:13 EST, 11 July 2014 | Updated: ...

From beer to flags, coaches and F1 engineering, small firms profiting from a summer of sport

By Amy Andrew Follow @@amyandrew2 Published: 05:26 EST, 11 July 2014 | Updated: 05:26 EST, 11 July 2014 ...

FTSE LIVE: Gains by tobacco stocks on M&A moves helps Footsie recover

By This Is Money Reporters Published: 02:51 EST, 11 July 2014 | Updated: 05:03 EST, 11 July 2014 ...

ALEX BRUMMER: Mario Draghi cannot fix all Europe's problems

By Alex Brummer Published: 16:27 EST, 10 July 2014 | Updated: 04:39 EST, 11 July 2014 ...

Market fears about Portugal's Banco Espirito Santo ease

By This Is Money Reporter and Daily Mail Reporter Published: 04:09 EST, 11 July 2014 | Updated: 04:09 EST, 11 July 2014 ...

Loan and credit card deals are the best ever - why and will it last?

By Emma Gunn Follow @@gunnemma Published: 03:59 EST, 11 July 2014 | Updated: 03:59 EST, 11 July 2014 ...

Want to sell a car fast? 4x4s are currently shifting the fastest

By Lee Boyce Follow @@lee_boyce Published: 03:49 EST, 11 July 2014 | Updated: 03:49 EST, 11 July 2014 ...

What happens if Scotland leaves the UK?

By Tanya Jefferies Published: 01:22 EST, 10 July 2014 | Updated: 03:39 EST, 11 July 2014 ...

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