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2014/10/29 12:35
2014/10/29 12:35
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Britain's runaway housing market is expected to take a dip next year, as the combination of new mortgage rules and the threat of rising interest rates brings house prices down for the first time since...
2014/10/29 12:35
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2014/10/28 11:13
2014/10/28 11:13
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... rates could remain lower for longer, certainly than I had expected three months ago,” said Andrew Haldane, chief economist at the Bank of England, while number-crunchers at the Centre for...
2014/10/28 07:43
2014/10/28 07:43
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Depending on how events unfold in the coming months, society lotteries and the causes they support could have a very bright future in Britain. Society lotteries are promoted for the benefit of a...
2014/10/28 00:45
2014/10/28 00:45
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China will invest more than £100 billion in Britain’s infrastructure over the next decade in a development described as a “game-changer” for the sector. A report published by legal firm Pinsent...
2014/10/27 22:09
2014/10/27 22:09
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The answer to all of these problems is to change the rules and make it easier for the private sector, which has oodles of cash, to get involved. There is a vast demand for relatively predictable, if...
2014/10/27 11:56
2014/10/27 11:56
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Overnight Media Digest * The White House pushed back against the governors of New York, New Jersey, Illinois and other states that instituted procedures to forcibly quarantine medical workers...
2014/10/24 12:10
2014/10/24 12:10
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The UK economy grew 0.7% in the third quarter, compared with 0.9% in the second six months of the year, according to new figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). While growth...
2014/10/23 13:50
2014/10/23 13:50
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UK consumer confidence tumbles in October on job insecurity Related Topics LONDON (Reuters) - Consumer confidence in Britain took its biggest tumble in four years this month as workers in low-paid...
2014/10/23 09:29
2014/10/23 09:29
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Greater restrictions on the granting of mortgages will mean fewer buyers on the market(Reuters) The British Bankers' Association (BBA) has revealed that mortgage approvals in Britain fell to their...
2014/10/22 11:27
2014/10/22 11:27
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The data, collected by high-end estate agent Strutt and Parker, showed that the overall value of properties transacted was down 21.1 percent in the third quarter of 2014, compared with the same period...
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2014/10/21 10:28
2014/10/21 10:28
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Asda's figures showed that consumers had a little more money in their pockets(Reuters) Families across the UK have seen their spending power rise by £6 a week in September compared to the same month...
2014/10/21 10:10
2014/10/21 10:10
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China’s economy grew by 7.3% in the third quarter, compared with the same period in 2013, yet some commentators still expressed concerns about a Chinese slowdown. The Chinese National Bureau of...
2014/10/19 19:12
2014/10/19 19:12
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Nutson's Nuggets - Automotive News Week of October 13-19, 2014 Chicago Bureau The Auto Channel Auto Central Louisville, KY October 19, 2014;Every Sunday, along with Steve Purdy and Thom Cannell...
2014/10/17 16:39
2014/10/17 16:39
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VIEW ALL PHOTOS IN GALLERY If you live and drive in an urban area—and more people do these days—you don't need a report to tell you traffic is getting more gridlocked each year. The U.K.-based Centre...
2014/10/16 12:21
2014/10/16 12:21
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What's the cost of traffic jams around the world? According to traffic data company Inrix Inc., by 2030, traffic jams will cost the U.S. and European economies nearly $300 billion. Over the next 14...
2014/10/14 11:42
2014/10/14 11:42
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Population growth, GDP growth, decline in fuel prices, and an increase in car ownership. These are the main factors that, according to a report released today by Seattle-based INRIX and the Centre for...
2014/10/14 11:13
2014/10/14 11:13
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A combination of a supply glut and weaker demand prompted the IEA to cut its estimates for the growth in global oil demand this year by 200,000 barrels a day to 700,000. Next year it expects oil...
2014/10/14 11:13
2014/10/14 11:13
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Supermarket price wars and falling air fares contributed to a bigger than expected drop in the Consumer Prices Index — the headline measure of the cost of living — from 1.5 per cent to 1.2 per cent in...
2014/10/13 08:26
2014/10/13 08:26
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I knew London was going to be expensive before boarding my flight over the Atlantic. The exchange rate isn’t in my favor, and the city has a reputation for increasing housing and living...
2014/10/10 16:09
2014/10/10 16:09
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Halifax and Nationwide's house price indices show UK price growth has started to reverse slightly in recent months. The Centre for Economics and Business Research has warned prices will dip across the...
2014/10/29 12:35
2014/10/29 12:35
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