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Sep 17, 2021

Average mortgage rate to fall to 1.6 per cent by next year

Jul 14, 2020

GDP up by 1.8% but a quick recovery looks unlikely

Jul 09, 2013

UK economy set for ‘strong comeback’

Jun 18, 2013

UK inflation jumps to 2.7% in May

Jun 07, 2013

Friday newspaper round-up: Apple, Foxtons, M&S…

Mar 19, 2013

UK inflation rises to highest level since May 2012

Mar 07, 2013

BoE labelled ‘schizophrenic’ over negative rates talk

Nov 27, 2012

Third quarter GDP solid but ‘triple dip looms’

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