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UPDATE 1-UK annual house price growth lowest since mid-2013 - Nationwide

Reuters.co.uk

27 August 2015

* UK house prices grow at slowest annual pace since June 2013 *

UK annual house price growth lowest since mid-2013 - Nationwide

Reuters.co.uk

27 August 2015

LONDON British house prices increased this month at the slowest annual pace in more than

UK annual house price growth lowest since mid-2013

Reuters.co.uk

27 August 2015

LONDON British house prices increased this month at the slowest annual pace in more than two years, a

Remortgaging spurred on by rate hike threat

City A.M.

27 August 2015

REMORTGAGING has surged as the prospect of an interest rate rise leads homeowners to lock in better

Home purchase lending drops in London as buyers are priced out

City A.M.

27 August 2015

LONDON’S rising housing costs are pricing people out of the market with fewer mortgages

They’re bankers, but not as you know them...

City A.M.

27 August 2015

IN RECENT years, identifying oneself as a banker has been something of a social faux

Property tax change sees home lending figures rise

Express.co.uk

27 August 2015

MORTGAGE lending in Scotland has soared by almost 40 per cent in the latest quarter’s results, it

China Seeks To Calm Public's Market Jitters

Sky News

26 August 2015

The Chinese stock market is primarily made up of small investors making it more volatile and prone to responding