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Cashback credit cards could help spenders make a 'right royal saving' say MoneySupermarket. The comparison site has carried out research that shows the Queen could save £375,000 a year by putting her £32 million annual spend on a credit card paying up to 5 per cent cashback.
Interest rates charged on credit cards have hit their highest level for 13 years, new research has revealed. So far this year 18 card providers have increased their rates by between 0.6 and two per cent, resulting in a new average rate of 19.1 per cent
The average credit card rate for new customers has hit a 13-year high of 18.9 per cent, according to market analysis by Moneyfacts.