A no-deal Brexit: how it could hit house prices

Pound Higher ahead of BoE

Bank of England: No surprises, recognizes Q3 growth may be higher – Danske Bank

The central bank raised its base rate of interest from 0.5% to 0.75% last month and is nearly certain to leave rates unchanged on Thursday. The Bank of England declined to comment on the report.

The Bank's regional staff reported that businesses were cracking down on costs and holding back on investment ahead of Brexit, which is due at the end of March.

Britain's central bank stress-tested lenders against a 33 per cent house price fall a year ago and some economists questioned whether Carney's comments to ministers had been reported accurately.

Nonetheless, BoE staff raised their forecast for third-quarter growth to 0.5 percent from 0.4 percent, partly due to stronger consumer spending over an unusually warm summer.

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Meanwhile, the latest leg of a sudden spike over the past hour or so could also be attributed to some fresh technical buying and hence, a follow-through up-move, towards testing 100-day SMA, now looks a distinct possibility. There is, so far, no full exit agreement between Brussels and London and some rebels in Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party have threatened to vote down a deal if she clinches one.

The central bank said on Thursday that risks to global growth had risen, especially if the United States and China implemented protectionist trade measures.

It is understood he warned house prices could fall by up to 35 per cent over three years in a worst-case scenario, as sterling plummeted and the Bank was forced to push up interest rates. In the survey to exporters it was seen that there is 40% chance of getting the sales hurt post-Brexit.

Interest rates are universally expected to remain on hold.

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Minutes from the September meeting of the MPC said that: "Any future increases in Bank Rate were likely to be at a gradual pace and to a limited extent".

With Inflation beginning to meet targets and the Eurozone economy still showing robust if slowing growth, the European Central Bank has been gradually tapering its bond purchases in recent months.

Labour market data shows increased tightness, too.

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