GDP growth for the country is expected to reach 2% next year, according to think thank
The UK property market is now at its most affordable for foreign investors since October, as the value of sterling fell ahead of Theresa May’s Brexit speech later on today.
Car manufacturer Nissan announced their intention to keep production in the UK, making it one of the first companies to pledge investment following the Brexit result.
The UK economy has demonstrated a solid rate of growth in the third quarter of 2016, despite fears following the EU referendum.
The International Monetary Fund has reneged on their pre-referendum warning, stating the UK will now be the top performing G7 country in 2016.
The Bank of England has lowered the base interest rate to 0.25% - a 322-year record low for the United Kingdom.
Fixed rate mortgages are currently standing at a historic low following the Brexit vote it has been revealed.
The UK economy is projected to experience higher growth than France, Germany and Italy next year, in spite of Brexit, says the International Monetary Fund.
Housebuilder Persimmon has reported a boost in the number of sales made in the first half of 2016 despite concerns in the housing sector following the Brexit vote.
Hometrack’s UK Cities House Price Index shows that a recent surge in investor activity has boosted house price growth in regional cities.
Pushing economic growth across the North of England has been said to be “more important than ever” in the wake of the UK's vote to exit the European Union and as a new plan to create more than 1.5 million jobs in the region by 2050 is announced.
Approval of mortgages prior to the UK's EU referendum last week increased in the lead up to the vote, contrary to predictions from economists, say reports.