UK housing soars back to pre-financial crash prices


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UK housing soars back to pre-financial crash prices

UK housing soars back to pre-financial crash prices
The price of an average house in the UK steamed past its previous nominal peak during August, reaching record levels again, according to Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures revealed yesterday.
City AM London, p. 2

EU takes a step toward union of Eurozone banks
THE EUROPEAN Central Bank (ECB) will take the lead in regulating Eurozone banks, the European Council members agreed yesterday.
City AM London, p. 15

Sants signed off from Barclays with stress
Former top regulator Sir Hector Sants is on leave from Barclays suffering from exhaustion and stress.
City AM London, p. 6

Citi profits fall on poor bond market results
Citigroup profits fell in the third quarter, the banking group reported yesterday, with bond trading down after the Federal Reserve surprised the market with the sustained pace of its money printing.
City AM London, p. 6

Axa and Norges to lend to property
Axa Real Estate Investment Managers has joined forces with Norges Bank Investment Management – Norway’s largest sovereign wealth fund – to provide debt to the property sector.
City AM London, p. 18

HSBC clients raided in Belgium
BELGIAN police raided the homes in Brussels and Antwerp of some 20 clients of HSBC Private Bank yesterday as part of an investigation into tax evasion, Brussels prosecutors said.
City AM London, p. 16

The above articles appeared on 16/10/13 reproduced with the kind permission of Kantar Media UK. All rights reserved.

Charterbridge Private Financial Planning, Independent Financial Advice, Thornbury, Bristol.