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Share Price: 2,273.00Bid: 2,272.00Ask: 2,274.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Berkeley Gp.hld
Spread: 2.00Spread as %: 0.09%Open: 2,206.00High: 2,275.00Low: 2,203.00Yesterday’s Close: 2,273.00


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MY21
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Price:2,208.00
City AM
Tue 06:51
Homeowners in property worth over £3 million to be hit with £10k tax: Labour would tax homeowners in properties worth above £3 million over £10,000 on average per year, in some cases much more, according to research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
 
MY21
Posts: 3,697
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Price:2,208.00
Housing Market
Tue 06:48
Housing market slowing, surveys show: More evidence that the housing market is slowing has emerged with figures showing a dip in mortgage lending and a Bank of England report pointing to growing caution among potential homebuyers.
MY21
Posts: 3,697
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Price:2,192.00
South East Housing Market
Mon 09:49
The South East overtook London as the country's fastest rising market, according to online property tracker Rightmove, as the average UK house price rose by 2.6% month-on-month in October,

As a whole, city house prices increased by 9.6% year-on-year but in the South East they increased by 10%.

Nevertheless, London did see a massive change of pace, with prices rising 7% on the month thus reversing the declining trend observed over the previous four months.

According to Rightmove's director and housing analyst Miles Shipside, "London's boom in property prices has meant areas further out are now looking much more attractive in comparison."

"The ripple effect of buyers priced out of London, combined with those cashing in and moving out of the capital, means that the South East has taken London's boom-town crown."

Rather than perceiving this as the return of the London boom, Shipside remarked that high-end property owners have simply returned to the market after the summer lull.

He added: "The three highest priced boroughs all see substantial October increases for example."

"Prices have effectively stood still over the last four months, an indication of the slowing market in some parts of the capital."
MY21
Posts: 3,697
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Price:2,183.00
Rightmove
Mon 06:56
UK Rightmove house price index rose in October

In the UK, the Rightmove house price index rose 2.6% on a MoM basis, in October. In the preceding month, the Rightmove house price index had advanced 0.9%
MY21
Posts: 3,697
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Price:2,157.00
Shopping Centre on the market
Fri 07:58
Kingston’s Bentall Centre up for grabs with £200 million-plus price tag: Bentall shopping centre in Kingston upon Thames been put up for sale after one of its Owners appointed advisers to sell its 50% stake, with a price-tag of around £200 million.
Tailender
Posts: 128
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2,101.00
SP, madness and the market.
Thu 14:55
It's all very well people going into a funk about global growth, geopolitics, effect of QE on equity markets and all the other reasons for the big sell off, but the fact remains that shares like BKG, with a p/e of 9 and a yield of 8%+ are getting hammered. Fact is, there are going to be a lot of houses built and sold over the next ten years. Get a grip lads !
MY21
Posts: 3,697
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Price:2,100.00
UK House Price inflation
15 Oct '14
UK house price index rose less than expected in August

In August, on an annual basis, the house price index registered a rise of 11.7% in the UK, less than market expectations for a rise of 12.3%. In the earlier month, the house price index had registered a similar rise of 11.7%.
MY21
Posts: 3,697
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Price:2,061.00
Chinese Property Market-FT
14 Oct '14
China property: mind the gaps:

Agile Property now trails the leader board by some distance, having halved this year. Late on Friday, the company announced that Chairman and Founder Chen Zhou Lin had been detained on the mainland as early as 10 days previously. There is little other information; the arrest may have nothing to do with the business. That the stock closed down 17% shows how jumpy investors are.

Yields on other property bonds rose more than 1% in sympathy. But the cost of debt remains bearable, at between 4% (for China Resources Land) and 11% (China Evergrande). And costs of funds in China may be set to rise. Early this month, Premier Li Keqiang indicated that the central government will no longer guarantee – even implicitly – all loans made by local government finance vehicles (LGFVs). According to Bloomberg data, LGFVs have issued Rmb1.7tn ($278 billion) of debt this year, up nearly one half compared with all of 2013.

Even if listed companies do not take loans from their local governments, the blurry line between government and investment means that tightening liquidity is likely to have knock-on effects. And at the bottom end, the sector’s balance sheets already look extremely shaky. Net debt to equity at China Evergrande, for instance, is 120%.
MY21
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Price:2,061.00
UK Economy
14 Oct '14
UK retail sales across all sectors unexpectedly dropped in September

Retail sales across all sectors unexpectedly eased 2.1% on an annual basis in September, in the UK, compared to a rise of 1.3% in the previous month. Markets were anticipating retail sales across all sectors to climb 1.0%.

UK employment confidence index climbed in September

The employment confidence index rose to a level of 10.0 in September, in the UK. The employment confidence index had registered a reading of 6.0 in the preceding month.
MrBunbury
Posts: 100
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Price:2,061.00
BKG
13 Oct '14
WOW, this really has had the **** knocked out of it this past year. Any possible internal reasons for this my pedigree chums?



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