Monthly Archives: December 2021

Santander: Bank hands out £130m in Christmas blunder

The error meant around 75,000 people woke up on Christmas morning to a surprise payment from Santander.

Average house price hits record high of £255,000

Typical prices leap almost £24,000 since January, making the strongest year since 2006, Nationwide says.

Tesla to recall 475,000 cars in the US

The number of cars being recalled is nearly equivalent to the firm’s global deliveries last year.

These stocks are down at least 20% from 2021 highs, but Wall Street sees them gaining as much as 87% in 2022

Bank of America predicts an S&P 500 slump in 2022 — but it still believes in these 3 sectors

Cathie Wood says inflation will ‘unwind pretty quickly’ and that stocks will probably be fine — here are 3 of her top picks to keep riding the bull

Modified Navy Showers

According to wiki, a normal ten minute shower uses as much as 60 gallons of water. This means that the water tank of an boat or an RV(*) will be exhausted after a single shower. Therefore we’ll have to adopt

New home and car insurance rules mean change in prices

Anyone renewing their policy will pay no more than they would as a new customer from 1 January.

Elon Musk rejects claims that his satellites are hogging space

His comments come after China complained to the United Nations about his internet satellite project.

Sofology: We spent our Christmas on deckchairs

Customers of the furniture chain say they have been left without orders and in the dark.