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How does your credit score compare with the neighbours? I want to oust a bank as my relative’s executor to dodge its high fees: Can I retype the will and insert my name instead? Is the tide turning for savers? Challenger bank leapfrogs rivals with two new table-topping accounts paying up to 2. The FTSE 250 listed firm saw shares dip by as much as 27 per cent at one point before bouncing back slightly to around 17 per cent lower at 272. Moneysupermarket said it had been hit by a ‘significantly’ lower number of customers switching gas and electricity contracts through its collective switch, which sees it negotiate an exclusive tariff with suppliers each month on the behalf of customers who register with them. While collective switches are still happening, they are not of the same scale as the prior year,’ it said.
2million, which was below analysts’ expectations. It also said growth this year is likely to come in lower than the 6 to 7 per cent forecast for the price comparison market overall. We have started the year at a similar growth rate to last year. 2018 is expected to be broadly flat before growth resumes from 2019 onwards,’ the group said. However, it said growth at its insurance comparison business was ‘very strong’, helped by positive market conditions as well as internal initiatives such as pricing investments and additional online marketing. 5million in its product engineering team to work on bettering customer experience on its site. Chief executive Mark Lewis, who joined the group from retailer John Lewis last May, said: ‘We are committed to leading the way in price comparison to make saving with us easier, quicker and simpler.
Our goal is to offer our customers ways to save that they didn’t know existed and to do so in a way that is as effortless as we can make it. The growth warning comes after a difficult six months for the group after it alerted over 2017 profits last July following a slowdown in energy switching. Shares have fallen by nearly a third since then. Ian Whittaker, an analyst at Liberum, said the new guidance would lead to ‘significant’ profit downgrades for 2018. But he said: ‘The new strategy does make sense in that one of the key points is to increase personalisation and therefore attempt to lock in the consumer. We also like the management team and the fact they are taking the right steps despite what it will mean for estimates should be applauded.
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