03-08-2022 | RO-AR Briefing

Headlines :

-> Half of UK Consumers Reduce Discretionary Spending Amidst Cost of Living Pressures, Although Financial Resilience Remains Strong

-> FCA sets destination for Consumer Duty

-> New Consumer Duty rules necessitate CCA reform

-> How Banks Can Reconnect When People Ignore Their Digital Marketing

-> New powers used by Insolvency service to ban covid-loan abusers

-> Give employees more free time to increase work performance, suggests new research – CCR

-> Energy bills in Great Britain ‘could hit £3,600 a year this winter’ | Energy bills

-> UK house prices rising at 11% a year despite cost of living crisis | House prices

-> Why do UK banks seem so optimistic despite the cost of living crisis? | Banking

-> Pearson plans to sell its textbooks as NFTs | Publishing

-> Warning winter energy bills to rise by more than expected

-> Nationwide to lend up to 5.5 times loan to income

-> Rise of Omicron subvariants sends UK staff absence soaring | Economic policy

-> One in three households expected to fall into fuel poverty

-> FCA outlines Consumer Duty plans

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