Money The fall in property prices is accelerating in the United Kingdom

14:55  02 june  2020
14:55  02 june  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

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Brexit is the United Kingdom 's decision to leave the EU. That helps exports but increases the prices of imports. The pound may strengthen once a deal is approved, depending on the trade Brexit is a vote against globalization. It takes the United Kingdom off the main stage of the financial world.

La chute des prix de l’immobilier s’accélère au Royaume-Uni © Pixabay The fall in property prices is accelerating in the United Kingdom British property prices have fallen sharply since 2009

UK property prices have fallen sharply since the start of the coronavirus crisis. In May, recorded their largest monthly decline (-1.7% compared to April) since the 2009 crisis, against -0.9% the previous month, calling into question their increase at the start of the year. Real estate transactions fell 53% in April from the same month last year, according to data from HM Revenue & Customs, and some economists believe that a prolonged fall in prices is expected until the end of the year.

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United Kingdom - United Kingdom - Economy: The United Kingdom has a fiercely independent, developed, and international In the 1990s the movement known as Euroskepticism, which advocated political and economic disengagement from the EU, began gaining steam in the United Kingdom .

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The severe recession and fears of No Deal with the European Union are weighing down. Ahead of a crucial week for the advancement of the Brexit , the European negotiator Michel Barnier stressed Sunday in an interview with the British newspaper The Times that "time is pressing", warning the United Kingdom that there is would have " not agree " if London reverted to its previous positions. "The UK has taken a step back, two steps back, three steps back from the commitments it originally made," said Barnier, shortly before negotiations resumed on Tuesday. "We remember very well the text that we negotiated with Boris Johnson and we just want it to be respected. To the letter. Otherwise, there will be no agreement," warned the European negotiator.

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On the growth front, Gertjan Vlieghe, a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England, said that the UK seems set to experience a recession "faster and deeper than anything else" we have witnessed the previous century, even for several centuries ".

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Wenger: "Brexit can kill the superiority of the Premier League" .
© Provided by Sofoot English football never stops shaking. The United Kingdom has informed the European Union this Friday of its refusal to extend beyond the end of the year the so-called "transition" period , which must ultimately allow the country to exit concretely from the 'European Union. A situation that arouses Arsène Wenger.

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