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Recession may force BoE to slash base rate next year – economist

An economist said the market is still pricing in two more bank base rate (BBR) rises to 5....

  • Sep 13, 2023
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Covid, Brexit and the mini Budget have yet to break brokers as confidence rises ‒ analysis

Surviving the myriad challenges of the last few years, such as Brexit, the pandemic and th...

  • Aug 23, 2023
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Economic secretary of the Treasury ‘scathing’ of Consumer Duty – reports

A Financial Times report has said that Andrew Griffith (pictured), economic secretary to t...

  • Feb 27, 2023
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‘Bridging market will continue to boom’ – Sealey

There is no doubt 2022 brought a lot of change and subsequent challenges, with the ongoing...

  • Jan 31, 2023
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The government sets out banking reforms to ‘turbocharge’ the economy

The Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will today set out a range of new banking reforms to “unlock ...

  • Dec 09, 2022
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Weak pound is a windfall for overseas investors ‒ Crystal Specialist Finance

The UK has long been a favourite destination for overseas property investors thanks to the...

  • Nov 03, 2022
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‘A cap of 4.5 to five per cent on mortgage rates is a fair level’ – Star Letter 07/10/2022

Each week Mortgage Solutions and its sister title, Specialist Lending Solutions, pick the ...

  • Oct 07, 2022
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FCA consults on preserving mortgage exemptions for high net worth individuals

The regulator is seeking industry views as to whether certain credit agreements made by hi...

  • Sep 13, 2022
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Brokers expect to write more bridging business this year – Glenhawk

The UK bridging sector is in rude health, and confidence is high for 2022, according to a ...

  • Mar 10, 2022
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Londoners are most dissatisfied with the housing market – Lloyds Banking Group

Three-quarters of people in London do not believe the housing market is helping residents ...

  • Mar 10, 2022
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