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Surveyor transaction figures remain stable

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has revealed that in the past three months the average number of transactions per surveyor showed little change despite buyer interest rising for the third successive month.


Lloyds shares continue to dive

Shares in Lloyds Banking Group fell 7% this morning as the bank continues to feel the pressure from Friday’s announcement of huge losses at HBOS.

Upgraded AVM from Experian and Rightmove

Experian and Rightmove have linked up to provide an upgraded Experian automated valuation model, enhanced with Rightmove’s data and technology.

Crunch hit for a six

One broker has taken diversification to a new level by turning part of his office into a specialist cricket equipment shop.

Don’t play chicken with the Bank of Japan

By Josh Ausden, Head of Client Investment Strategy, Neptune Short-term yen strength has hurt the Neptune Japan Opportunities Fund but recent events have only added weight to our conviction that the Bank of Japan will act to ease policy, boosting multinationals’ profits and weakening the yen. In recent weeks the performance of the Japanese stockmarket […]


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