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Economic Insights

What does the UK General Election mean for property?
The Conservative Party has won a majority of just under 80 seats in the UK general election. As a result, the UK is likely to leave the European Union on 31 January, with a vote in Parliament and a Queen’s Speech expected before Christmas. 
Lower for longer a reality as Fed cuts rates for third time this year
Last week, the Fed cut rates for the third time, with the combination of these cuts un-inverting the US yield curve and dissolving a much discussed indicator of an impending US recession. 
Brexit, pricing and transactions: the latest UK residential market update
Should political clarity be forthcoming there could be more demand coming back to the market, but this is unlikely to materially boost prices.
European healthcare systems must prepare for a rapidly ageing population
By 2050, over a quarter of the population in many countries will be over the age of 65 – this will have huge ramifications for healthcare systems and the healthcare property market.
Cost of Five-Year Fixed Rate Mortgages Falls on Global Outlook
Five-year fixed rate mortgage costs fall as borrowing becomes cheaper around the world 
London leavers reach new high
New figures from the Office for National Statistics track where Londoners moved within the UK in 2018.
The Tuesday note - 28 May 2019
The FTSE 100 dropped 71 points last week and closed at 7,277.7 on Friday, due to concerns over Brexit and the US / China trade war.
The Monday note - 20 May 2019
The FTSE 100 gained 145 points last week, closing at 7,348.6 on Friday, as a weakening pound buoyed the shares of UK companies with large overseas operations.
The Monday note - 13 May 2019
The FTSE 100 dropped 177 points in the short week following the May bank holiday to close at 7,203.3 on Friday, as the US/China trade war intensified.
Decline in high value sales impacting Stamp Duty revenue
Annual residential stamp duty receipts in England and Northern Ireland fell by 11% over the 12 months through Q1 2019, figures from HMRC show.
The Monday note - 29 April 2019
The FTSE 100 closed 32 points lower on Friday at 7,428.2, compared to a week ago, as results from some blue chip firms disappointed investors.
The Tuesday note - 23 April 2019
The FTSE 100 remained flat last week, nudging up 22.8 points over the four days, to a close at 7,459.9 on Thursday.
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