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Ascentric (Fundsdirect)
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Standard Life
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Old Mutual Wealth
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Nucleus
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Novia
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James Hay
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Hargreaves Lansdown
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Fidelity Funds Network
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Cofunds
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AXA-Elevate Platform
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Avalon
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Transact
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Personal Finance

LONDON (Reuters) - British banks increased their lending to consumers in August at the slowest pace in at least five months, industry figures showed on Tuesday, a day after the Bank of England said banks had to bolster their defences against consumer loan losses.
LONDON (Reuters) - British banks have underestimated the risks from a surge in consumer borrowing and need to hold an extra 10 billion pounds of capital to guard against future dangers, the Bank of England said on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Hopes for higher wage growth across Britain are receding, apart from in a few sectors of the labour market that suffer from acute skill shortages, according to a report published on Monday by recruitment company Hays .
BRIGHTON, England (Reuters) - Britain's opposition Labour Party set out plans on Monday to nationalise billions of pounds of privately-funded infrastructure contracts, cap credit card interest charges, and get extra cash from large corporations.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's rock-bottom household savings problem, which has raised fears about unsustainable debt-fuelled spending, might not be quite so acute after all, according to the country's statistics office.