About half of mortgage lenders have failed to pass on the Bank of England's (BOE) interest rate cut to their variable rate borrowers, despite governor Mark Carney saying he expected them to do so.
The BOE cut interest rates to a seven and a half year low of 0.25% in August, expecting it would prompt lenders to cut rates for customers on variable rate products. But finance portal Moneyfacts said...
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