UK house prices on the rise

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  • Thursday, 01 Sep 2016

Going up: A British Union flag hanging near to residential apartment block under construction in the Stratford district of London. The increase in house prices has largely driven by a shortage of homes on the market and the outlook depended on longer-term impact on the economy of the vote to leave the European Union, mortgage lender Nationwide says.— Bloomberg

Consumers regain some confidence after Brexit hit

LONDON: British house price rises picked up speed in August and households recovered some confidence which had plunged after June’s Brexit vote, according to surveys that added to signs of calm among consumers after the unexpected referendum result.

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