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Share Price: 2,661.00Bid: 2,660.00Ask: 2,661.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Berkeley Gp.hld
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 2,676.00High: 2,697.00Low: 2,638.00Yesterday’s Close: 2,661.00


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MY21
Fri 11:19
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MY21
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RICS
Fri 08:54
The latest RICS Residential Market Survey has revealed a slight pick up in price momentum in March, putting the headline price net balance at 21 (up from a revised balance of 15 in February). This was despite demand remaining broadly unchanged over the month, with the upwards pressure created by a further tightening of supply, as most areas saw a decrease in the number of new instructions received (the net balance of new instructions read -9, worsening from the reading of -8 in February). This combination has kept sales levels muted, with largely unchanged activity levels reported (the agreed sales net balance gave a reading of -1 from a revised 0 the previous month). However, expectations have risen on both a sales and price level: a net balance of 15% of respondents expect activity levels to increase in the next quarter, and a similar balance (16%) predict price rises
MY21
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City AM
Fri 07:19
Moody’s warns of threat to U.K. economy from house price drop: Ratings agency Moody’s warned that the U.K.’s housing market posed a significant risk to the economy.
MY21
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Competitor news
Fri 07:15
Housebuilder firm Persimmon sees 6% jump in sales as election triggers planning permission delays: Housebuilder Persimmon has reported a jump in sales, but said the General Election is causing delays in securing planning permission for new homes, it says.
MY21
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Daily Telegraph
Fri 07:10
Labour to burst luxury London property bubble just as 8,000 s****y pads go on sale: Rich property owners in the most exclusive parts of central London will struggle to sell their homes if Labour wins the general election in May, new research has revealed.
MY21
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City AM
Thu 06:49
Households’ heavy debts could hurt the U.K.’s economic recovery: Britons are still carrying heavy private debts, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned yesterday, which could hamper the burgeoning economic recovery.
MY21
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City AM
Thu 06:49
Abu Dhabi Investment pockets €750 million for Deutsche Annington: The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority sold off its remaining 14% stake, or 23.5 million shares, in Deutsche Annington for close to €750 million
MY21
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Times
Thu 06:41
Prices rise as fewer houses go on market: A chronic lack of houses coming on to the market is causing prices to creep up across the country once again.
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UK Economy
Thu 06:38
UK CB leading economic index climbed in February

In the UK, the CB leading economic index advanced 0.60% on a MoM basis, in February. In the prior month, the CB leading economic index had recorded a rise of 0.20
MY21
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Purchase lending down
Wed 08:56
Drop in house purchase lending

CML figures have revealed that house purchase lending declined in February, as seasonal factors and political uncertainty took their toll. The number of loans advanced (40,600) fell by 1% monthly and by 16% compared with February 2014, while the value of those loans (£6.8bn) fell by 3% and 13% respectively. Remortgage lending also decreased, following a slight uptick at the beginning of the year - the number of loans advanced (21,500) posted a drop of 16% monthly and 14% over the year, while the value (£3.3bn) decreased by 20% and 11% respectively. The buy-to-let sector was the only area to display positive annual growth, up 11% by number and 16% by value (15,900 loans were advanced at a total of £2.2bn). However, despite the slowdown in house purchase lending, Paul Smee of the CML said that they "still expect to see an upturn in the spring and summer months".





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