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Our chance to fly the flag on pensions, says RUTH SUNDERLAND

If our pension funds refuse to invest in UK shares, it is hardly surprising that companies spurn the stock market here, says RUTH SUNDERLAND British pension fun... read more

UBS secures £2.7bn Credit Suisse rescue

UBS snaps up Credit Suisse in £2.7bn rescue deal as financial regulators rush to contain biggest banking crisis since 2008 Shotgun wedding of Swiss banks annou... read more

Fury as Tesco slashes Clubcard reward vouchers’ value AGAIN from 3x to 2x

‘We’re spending more but getting less’: Fury as Tesco slashes Clubcard reward vouchers’ value AGAIN from 3x to 2x leaving loyal customer... read more

Argos, B&M, M&S and Iceland are all closing shops in coming weeks – full list is revealed 

Major high street names such as M&S, Iceland and B&M are all to close stores this month as the impact of the pandemic, cost of living crisis and rising ... read more

The secrets of how couples REALLY manage their money (or hide it)

Today Wealth & Personal Finance lifts the lid on how couples in the UK are managing their finances together. Our exclusive research offers a warts-and-all s... read more

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: My golden rules for your Isa

Nothing in the savings and investment world, underpinned by support from the Government, comes without strings attached.  Despite the pensions boost in Chancel... read more

SCHRODER INCOME GROWTH: Good at avoiding economy’s potholes

SCHRODER INCOME GROWTH: £204m trust that’s good at avoiding economy’s potholes By Jeff Prestridge, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 21:52 GMT, 1... read more

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Banks may have given up on cash, but millions of you haven’t

Whatever regulators and Bank of England officials may say, cash continues to be the oil that helps drive the engine of our challenged economy. Hard cash – fiv... read more

Pensions are not rabbits, Chancellor, says RACHEL RICKARD STRAUS

On the hop: Chancellor Jeremy Hunt Pensions are not rabbits. That may be pretty obvious to you and me. But it’s a truth that seemingly evades successive C... read more

Your cash and pension pots are protected despite banks runs

There is little more disconcerting than news of bank runs, government bailouts and plunging bank share prices – all of which we saw last week.  Silicon Valle... read more

TV maths whizz Hannah Fry talks to ME & MY MONEY

Home truths: Hannah Fry, who is renovating her home, says the bills that people face now would have ruined her when she was younger Maths professor and TV broad... read more

TONY HETHERINGTON: HSBC’s ban is far from a safeguard

Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday’s ace investigator, fighting readers corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning ... read more

MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Try these four great UK success stories

The stock market has had a torrid few weeks. Many share prices have fallen since January and the collapse of a technology-focused bank in California has sent ri... read more

How to pick the Isa that’s right for you

There is an Isa out there for every saver, but working out which one is for you is not always straightforward.  The Isa family has grown over the years so ther... read more

Home Bargains discount boss picks up £20m dividend bargain

Owner of Home Bargains handed more than £20m in dividends last year despite retailer’s profits falling by 26% By Luke Barr, Financial Mail On Sunday Publ... read more

Market chaos leaves an interest rate rise hanging in balance

Interest rate rise hangs in balance after turmoil in banking sector: Quarter point jump in cost of borrowing had been widely expected By Patrick Tooher, Financi... read more

Rocky ride lies ahead after bailouts ease fears of new financial crash

As Dr Doom warns about a ‘Lehman moment’ – are UK lenders REALLY safe? Rocky ride lies ahead after huge bailouts ease fears of new crash By Pa... read more

Tata in threat to shut down key Port Talbot steel plant

Tata Steel could shut down one of its two blast furnaces in Port Talbot unless Government lays out long-term plans to help industry by summer By Francesca Washt... read more

It’s no bull run… how firms in rush to list shares in US have stumbled

It’s no bull run… how firms in rush to list shares in US have stumbled: One UK group has even fallen by 98% By Luke Barr, Financial Mail On Sunday P... read more

Stop tinkering with tax and create an industrial strategy, says boss of L&G

Vision: Sir Nigel Wilson wants a fairer society through investment Nigel Wilson – or to give him his proper title, Sir Nigel – is a one-man Northern powerho... read more

Banking crisis a catastrophe? No, a wake-up call, says HAMISH MCRAE

Catastrophe? No, a wake-up call, says HAMISH MCRAE: Banking crisis may be just the thing to knock some sense into industry and people who regulate it By Hamish ... read more

Payments on UK debt burden to hit £548bn

Britain will have biggest borrowing burden of any major economy as cost of servicing Government’s debt hits highest level since Second World War By Patric... read more

Bond crooks pose as real bankers to lure victims

How the investment bond crooks pose as real bankers to lure in victims: Beware the fraudsters using big banks’ names By Jeff Prestridge, Financial Mail on... read more

Banks scramble over stricken Credit Suisse

Banks scramble over stricken Credit Suisse: Markets braced for new turmoil as Swiss lender bailed out for £45bn is embroiled in crisis Credit Suisse trying for... read more