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House prices rebound in June - Nationwide
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House prices in the UK rebounded in June, according to the latest survey from mortgage lender Nationwide.

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27 Jun
FX round-up: GBP ahead on BoE buffer call and SNP's stance on indyref#2
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Sterling enjoyed a minor rise on Tuesday on the back of Bank of England requiring lenders to beef up their cash buffer in case of bad debts.

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27 Jun
London close: Hike in banks' capital buffers hits shares
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A stronger sterling weighed on the FTSE on Tuesday, as it emerged the Bank of England will force banks to further bolster their capital buffers to deal with bad debts .

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27 Jun
US house price growth slows in April - S&P/Case-Shiller
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House price growth in the US unexpectedly slowed down in April, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller National Home Price Index.

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27 Jun
Scotland's Sturgeon to make statement on 'indyref2'
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Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is to make a statement later on Tuesday on the country's future in the wake of the June General Election which left the UK with a hung parliament.

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27 Jun
China is steady, we are capable of achieving main targets says Premier
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China, the world's second largest economy, is capable of achieving its full-year growth target and controlling systematic risks despite challenges,announced Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday at the World Economic Forum in Dalian, China.

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27 Jun
BoE orders banks to bolster capital buffers
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Banks will be made to set aside an extra £11. 4bn in the next 18 months to protect themselves against bad loans.

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27 Jun
High street sales pick-up in June CBI says
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Sales volumes on the High Street perked up in June but were expected to stall again in July, the results of a survey showed.

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27 Jun
UK consumer confidence collapses after election - YouGov/CEBR
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UK consumer confidence in June fell to its lowest level since the aftermath of the Brexit vote, according to the latest survey from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research.

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27 Jun
Sterling should weaken if FPC hikes capital buffers, Unicredit says
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Sterling should weaken if the Financial Policy Committee decides to increase lenders' counter cyclical capital buffers, analysts at Unicredit Research said.

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26 Jun
London close: FTSE higher as PM fashions DUP deal from election flotsam
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London shares closed higher after PM Theresa May crafted a confidence and supply deal with Northern Ireland's DUP from the flotsam and jetsam of her general election humiliation.

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26 Jun
Lloyd's of London to cut UK staff by 10%, report says
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Lloyd's of London will shrink its number of staff in the UK by a tenth in a bid to streamline operations in the face of heightened competition.

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26 Jun
Arconic shares hit by report it produced Grenfell cladding material
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Arconic shares dropped 6% in early trade after the New York Times reported the company produced the material used for the cladding of the Grenfell Tower.

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26 Jun
Commodities: Crude casts off early gains to be firmly down this afternoon
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Crude oil cast away its morning gains to be firmly south as bears again made their presence known in a market deeply uneasy about its chronic global supply overhang.

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26 Jun
UK's May agrees £2.5bn NIreland support package in return for 10 DUP votes
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Embattled UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday agreed a £1. 5bn financial package for Northern Ireland in return for the 10 parliamentary votes of the region's hard right Democratic Unionist Party to help prop up her minority government.

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26 Jun
UK mortgage approvals in line with expectations in May
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High Street banks approved 40,347 mortgages in May, which was pretty much in line with expectations for 40,300 mortgages to be approved.

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26 Jun
Co-operative Bank no longer up for sale
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The Co-operative Bank is no longer up for sale as it continues talks with investors to boost its capital reserves.

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26 Jun
German business confidence hits record high in June - Ifo
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German business confidence unexpectedly improved in June, hitting a new record high, according to a widely-followed survey.

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23 Jun
27 EU member states to vie for two London-based agencies
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The EU have officially launched the competition between 27 member states to decide which will host the London based European Medicines Agency and the European Banking Authority.

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23 Jun
FX round-up: Sterling gains on dollar thanks to UK policy hawks coming to fore
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Sterling managed Friday gains on the US dollar thanks to UK monetary policy hawks coming to the fore in recent days, but was otherwise down against a raft of commodity currencies.

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