Brexit

House price round-up: property market 'softens'

House prices in the UK remained stable in August, despite doom-and-gloom predictions after Brexit, the latest UK House Price Index (HPI) for August has revealed.

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10 trusts with the biggest discount and premium movements since Brexit vote

Some of the most extreme movements in discounts and premiums (the difference between a trust's share price and its net asset value) occur in the more specialised sectors of the closed-ended investment company universe.

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FTSE 100 nears record high: time to party or panic?

As the old truism goes, the one thing financial markets hate more than anything else is uncertainty - and none more so than currency markets.

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Bank of England admits to being too pessimistic on Brexit

Bank of England deputy governor Ben Broadbent has admitted that the central bank was overly pessimistic about the impact of the Brexit vote.

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Brexit could cost UK £10 billion and 71,000 jobs

A 'hard Brexit' could cost the UK up to £10 billion in tax revenues, according to a report by consultancy Oliver Wyman.

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Fallout from Brexit vote set to slash UK investors' returns

Annual returns for UK investors are expected to almost halve due to Brexit-related market volatility, according to new research from Natixis Global Asset Management.

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Can the US save the day?

The UK will be living with the consequences of Brexit for years to come, but the rest of the world seems to have moved on.

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Another major property fund to reopen its doors

Standard Life Investments (SLI) has become the latest fund management house to announce it will lift the suspension on trading in its property fund. Trading in the firm's UK Real Estate fund will reopen on 17 October.

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