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Finance Housing market bubble BURSTING: Top prices tumble AGAIN sparking fears of CRASH

However, there are signs of a wider slowdown across the country, with prices in all regions except London and the East of England falling from February to March, Land Registry data showed. But other parts of the capital are still booming and the average price in London reached £534,785 in March, according to official figures from the Land Registry.
Express
03/05
44 Points
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Finance Designer discount fashion site Hardly Ever Worn It opens up A-list luxury to all shoppers

“Men are very good at knowing what size they are, they are very focused,” she observes. Recently HEWI had 300 unworn Hermes ties uploaded. Our first upload was a Gucci gold bag from Bahrain.” From a site in 2012 with 600 of her own belongings, all pictures taken by herself and her daughters, HEWI has grown beyond their wildest expectations. Having her daughters alongside has turned the company into a joint endeavour, cementing its longevity.
Express
03/05
33 Points
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Finance Euro crisis: Bank hits back at Germany over rate row

Politicians in Germany have been attacking the ECB's policy of negative interest rates, which is damaging the income of savers and pensioners. But the the Bank's president has again hit back and said rates are low because Germans are saving TOO much. And then added: "There is a temptation to conclude that since very low rates generate these challenges, they are the problem."But they are not the problem.
Express
03/05
26 Points
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Finance Shock graph that shows the High Street brands capable of destroying the value of YOUR home

Express
03/05
24 Points
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Finance HSBC ‘to post profits plunge’

blamed “seismic shifts” in the global economy which it said were triggered by a drop in oil prices, slowing economic growth in China and low interest rates in developed economies.Amid a busy period for the bank, Mr Flint announced in March that the hunt had begun for his successor who will also take charge of finding a new chief executive to replace Mr Gulliver.The bank announced plans last year to cut 50,000 jobs globally by the end of 2017 in a bid to save £3.3billion.
Express
03/05
27 Points
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Finance City news: Supermarkets, living wage and HMRC tax probe

Express
03/05
26 Points
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Finance Share hunter: BP hoping oil price positivity pays dividends

It looks like BP is betting on a fast return to higher oil prices. If Brexit uncertainty takes a toll on the pound, this could result in a windfall for BP’s investors in the UK.BP can maintain its dividend if it really wants to, but it will become an increasingly tight constraint. BP reported operating profits of $532million (£363million) for the quarter, ahead of market expectations of $100million (£68million).
Express
02/05
27 Points
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Finance The Crusader: Customer in the frame for extra cash

As a result it took from late June last year to mid-September for the work to be completed,” Ken explained.He had told Safestyle of the problem and been sent £75 as a goodwill gesture.“Yet I thought that was a bit on the low side considering the upset,” he added.Safestyle is a reputable company that in our experience ensures it treats its customers well.So we thought it worth asking if it could improve the offer to Ken and immediately it did, doubling the amount to £150 which he accepted.
Express
02/05
23 Points
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Finance The Crusader: Ombudsman gives Volkswagen customer victory

Express
02/05
18 Points
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Finance City news: Pearson group, Shire pharmaceuticals and savings

The FTSE100 firm said lower assessment revenues across the US and UK caused continuing sales to fall 4 per cent, while headline sales fell 6 per cent after the strength of the dollar against the pound helped offset a weaker performance from the emerging markets.It added that it would face restructuring costs of about £320million this year, leading to annual savings of about £350million .
Express
02/05
21 Points
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Finance Administrators confident BHS can be saved despite failing to secure £60million lifeline

Express
01/05
21 Points
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Finance Supermarket giant’s healthy profits: Sainsbury’s set for £700m turnaround

The supermarket giant is also believed to have seen its revenues rise 0.4 per cent to £23.5billion over the year to March 13.That compares to last year, when Sainsbury’s reported a £72million full-year loss, its first in over a decade, because of property write-offs and a 2 per cent fall in its revenues.Clive Black, head of research at Shore ­Capital, said: “We expect Sainsbury’s to be upbeat on Thursday and to update the market about its Argos deal.
Express
01/05
21 Points
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