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Archive of: June, 2014

  • Rates will go up, says Bank 'dove' David Miles

    Britain’s recovery has become entrenched and the Bank of England should start to raise interest rates in the coming months to reflect the stronger economy, according to one of its most dovish policymakers.

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  • House prices up 9.9% in year to April

    House prices across the UK have risen by an average of 9.9% in the year to April, figures from the Office for National Statistics has shown.

    Property prices grew in all four nations of the UK with annual growth of 10.4% in England, 4.8% in Scotland, 3.3% in Wales and 2.6% in Northern Ireland.

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  • May house prices exceed boom record high!

    Nationwide reported May house prices rose to the boom time high hit in October 2007, as pressure rises on the government and Bank of England to clamp down on Help to Buy.

    UK house prices increased by 0.7% in May and were 11.1% higher than May 2013, the 13th consecutive increase in the UK.

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