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  • Account number switches ‘may boost competition’
    The City regulator is set to review whether people should be allowed to carry across their current account numbers when they switch to a different provider.
  • Housing market hit by dip in mortgage approvals
    Demand appears to be cooling in the UK property market, with the Bank of England reporting a further decline in the number of mortgage approvals.
  • CFOs reveal ‘renewed appetite’ for risk
    The recovery of the US and British economies has fuelled the appetite for risk among chief financial officers (CFOs), according to new Deloitte research.
  • Retailers see sales growth ‘weaken’
    Retailers have endured a slight slowdown this month, in terms of their sales growth, according to the CBI.
  • Real estate companies take gold awards
    Real estate companies from across Europe have received a host of awards for best practice in reporting.
  • Consumer appetite for personal loans ‘increasing’
    British consumers have become more willing to sign up for personal loans and overdrafts, as their confidence levels begin to rise.
  • CIOs ‘keen to prioritise new technologies’
    Chief information officers (CIOs) continue to face a disparity between their desire to use new technologies and the amount of money which is actually being invested in them.
  • Unemployment total falls to 2.02m
    The UK’s unemployment rate has dropped to 6.2% following another marked dip in the number of people out of work.
  • Retailers benefit from August sales recovery
    The UK’s retailers should benefit from a rise in discretionary spending in the lead-up to Christmas, according to an expert from Deloitte.
  • Rics calls for ‘amberfield’ land classification
    Ministers have been urged to consider the introduction of a new land classification, in an effort to shake up the planning system and develop more housing projects
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