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According to the Latest Nationwide Building Society monthly figures, the UK average house price fell by 0.2% in September - the first fall after sixteen consecutive monthly rises
Figures released from the British Bankers Association (BBA) show that mortgage lending is now just 15% higher year-on-year, and that approvals are just 5% higher year-on-year.
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The latest survey by the CBI (Confederation of British Industry) released yesterday showed that whilst production was up, order books deteriorated, for the period 20th August to 10th September
The latest statistical bulletin from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows the biggest annual fall in UK unemployment since 1988 - down by 468,000 over the past year - meaning there are now 2.02m people unemployed
Whilst UK manufacturing output grew by 2.6% in July and was the 14th consecutive monthly rise, it was the weakest figure since November 2013 (1.5%), according to the latest report from the Office for National Statistics.
The August Residential Market report from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors showed that new buyer queries declined for the second consecutive month, and that house price momentum slowed to the same level of a year ago
Data released yesterday by Markit Economics indicates that the growth rate of Eurozone manufacturing slowed to its lowest since July 2013
The latest release from EEF, the manufacturers organisation, indicates that pay for manufacturers increased by an average 2.6% in the six months to July
Although the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted to keep interest rates unchanged at their monthly meeting on 6/7th August, two of the nine members voted for an immediate rate rise of 0.25%, to 0.75% - the first non-unanimous vote in three years
The latest Consumer Price Index (CPI) figure was released yesterday, showing UK inflation growing at 1.6% in the year to July, down from 1.9% in June, meaning that interest rates are less likely to increase this year
Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England said on Friday that the first rise in UK interest rates from its historic low may come sooner than the markets expect.
S&P, the ratings agency, has raised the outlook on the UK's triple A credit-rating from 'negative' to 'stable'
In research just published, Glasgow has joined the 'first division' for university cities or towns that are rated best for investment in student accommodation
RBS have become the second major bank to limit mortgages, following Lloyds TSB's move a few weeks ago
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