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Daily archives "December 25, 2015"

Britons set for £700m Christmas Day online shopping spree – AOL Money UK

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AOL Money UK
Britons set for £700m Christmas Day online shopping spree
AOL Money UK
However figures from VoucherCodes.co.uk and the Centre for Retail Research suggest 22 million shoppers are set to spend £3.74 billion in the Boxing Day sales – a 6% increase on last year. In good news for the high street, the research predicts that 78
Christmas Day online shoppers 'to break spending record'BBC News

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Cheap Money to Boost U.K. House Prices 6% in 2016, RICS Predicts – Bloomberg

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Cheap Money to Boost U.K. House Prices 6% in 2016, RICS Predicts
Bloomberg
Low borrowing costs and a shortage of supply will drive U.K. house prices up 6 percent next year, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Demand for housing remains strong, driven by record-low interest rates and a resilient economy
UK house prices forecast to show 6% increase in 2016AOL Money UK

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UK unsecured borrowing rising at fastest since 2007 – The Guardian

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The Guardian
UK unsecured borrowing rising at fastest since 2007
The Guardian
Personal loan rates have reached record lows in recent months, and banks have been offering their most credit-worthy customers their best ever deals. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo. Hilary Osborne. Thursday 24 December 2015 07.07 EST Last modified on …
Mortgage lending remains at seven-year highAOL Money UK
Mortgage lending by UK banks jumps 20% in November, BBA saysBBC News
Debt splurge: UK households, shoppers and big firms are borrowing moreTelegraph.co.uk

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