Interest rates have once again been held at 0.5%, marking five years at the record low level.
More than half of all districts in England and Wales saw house price rises last month, according to property experts.
UK motorists who use diesel see more of their money swallowed up by fuel duty than drivers in any other European country, new figures show.
Homeowners could see their mortgage payments rise by £252 a year on average by the end of 2015 if interest rates start rising, finds new research.
HSBC has moved to make its savings products more simple for customers to understand.
Inflation has fallen to 1.9% - below the Bank of England's 2% target for the first time in more than four years.
First-time buyers have been urged to make sure they do not overstretch themselves financially when trying to get on the housing ladder.
Interest rates will not rise until the economy recovers further, Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said.
Interest rates have been held at 0.5 per cent for the sixtieth month in a row as the Bank of England once again opted to leave them unchanged today.
Good economic news makes a rise in interest rates more likely. We look at how homeowners can prepare for higher monthly mortgage payments.
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