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Experian’s benign CPI forecast broadly unchanged as CP...

The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) rose by 0.3% in the year to May, unchanged from April. Other than a spike in CPI in March, due largely to the timing of Easter, inflation has been at 0.3% for every month so far this...

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New data sharing rules will help 50,000 smaller busine...

Following a Bank of England-commissioned report, changes will be made to credit data sharing rules. The change to the Principles of Reciprocity (PoR) allow trade credit providers who agree to share their sales ledger data to benefit from the powerful information sent to Experian by banks and finance providers....

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A fifth of all ID fraud aimed at renters...

How we helped more than 14,400 victims recover from fraud in...

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Over-50s vulnerable to pension scams...

One in four men would spend his pension on a dream holiday. Less than a quarter would seek professional advice about their private...

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Which consumers are most at risk of ID theft?...

Our Mosaic classification system reveals a host of insights into which demographic customer groups are most at-risk from identity...

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Renewed surge in current account fraud...

Detected fraud rate for current account applications soared last year from 73 in every 10,000 applications in January, to 156 in every 10,000 applications in December....

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Experian expects CPI inflation to remain below 1% for ...

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose by 0.1% in the year to November, compared with a 0.1% fall in the year to October. This is the first time inflation has been positive since...

Read More Experian expects CPI inflation to remain below 1% for most of 2016 despite uptick in November
Consumer spending still leading the way...

The second estimate of GDP was unrevised from the first, confirming growth at 0.5% q-o-q in 2015q3, after 0.7% in 2015 Q2. Solid growth in services at 0.7% outweighed weakness in manufacturing, where output shrank by...

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Britain’s fastest growing small companies bring ...

A recent report was released regarding Britain’s fastest growing small companies and how they compared region by region. High growth small businesses (HGSBs) are companies that are achieving more than 20 per cent average annual growth in turnover over a three year period and with an annual turnover between...

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