£4,100 – The amount the average home in the 20 areas with the highest unemployment level has grown since 2009, compared with £65,000 in the areas with lowest unemployment, says Lloyds Bank
£35m – The amount the Money Advice Service committed to help people in debt, up £4m on the year before.
62% – Nearly two-thirds of people do not feel confident about being able to retire when they want to, according to Aegon.
4.7million – Number of people who say they are regularly cut off from pre-paid electricity, according to the Debt Advisory Centre.
£9.1tn – Amount of total net household wealth existing at the end of 2014, according to Lloyds Bank.
45% – Number of 2nd charge repossessions in the first quarter was down 45.3% year-on-year, says the Finance & Leasing Association.
0.4% – Amount that GDP was estimated to have grown in the three months in April 2015, according to the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.
1.89% – The cheapest of Yorkshire Building Society’s first-ever range of 4 year fixed rate mortgages.