Tag: Economy

1 in 10 of us will get a second job to cover the cost of Christmas

New research shows that 21.2 million people are looking at other ways to help them raise funds to pay for Christmas. According to a survey from Scottish Friendly, 1 in 5 Londoners will be looking for a second job to … Continue reading

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Interest rate rise on the cards

Mark Carney, talking to Birmingham Post, had claimed that inflation is likely to drop below 1% over the next few months, not rising again until late 2015. “…for this economy to have balance and inflation to get back to 2% … Continue reading

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Inflation continues to increase in October while food prices drop

Consumer price inflation ratcheted up to 1.3 per cent during October, while the price of food, petrol, and plane tickets fell less than they did in October of last year – according to official figures.

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Housing is still much more affordable than 2007 in every region except London

Housing affordability is crucial to the fortunes of the residential housing market – and the wider economy. Yet its measurement isn’t necessarily as easy to grasp as one might think. Hamptons International’s new Ability to Buy Index provides a more … Continue reading

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Interest rates could be retained at historic low for a while yet, says a Bank of England Governor

  Interest rates might be retained at their historic low of 0.5% for far longer than first expected, the Bank of England’s deputy governor has identified, in what will be welcome remarks to those suffering from the inflationary pressures of … Continue reading

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UK inflation falls to lowest level for 5 years

  Inflation has fallen to its lowest level in 5 years, with the declining cost of fuel and a supermarket price battle thought to be the principal causes.

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Average UK house growth expected to slow

The average price of UK property rose marginally by 0.6% in September on the previous month to £187,188, nonetheless this represents a peak in annual house price growth with properties’ values expected to increase at a more temperate rate henceforth, … Continue reading

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Tories propose 20% discount on fresh supply of 100,000 houses if re-elected…

  Young families and callow individuals seeking to climb onto the property ladder, can seemingly take heart from David Cameron’s most recent pledge to erect 100,000 new homes whilst also slashing 20% of their sale price.

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