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RICS predict rent rising 15% by 2023


According to a survey conducted by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), rent in the UK could rise 15% over the next five years.

This comes as the supply of new rental properties decreases, particularly with small scale landlords pulling out of the housing market.



Heatwave and World Cup boost sales for some UK retailers


The scorching summer heatwave and the World Cup bonanza as England reached the semi-finals spurred people to spend excessive amounts on food, drink and electric fans in July. This led to a peak in food sales, having their best July in five years.

In a survey carried out among retailers by the British Retailer Consortium (BRC), it was seen that food sales were up by 4.5%, while non-food sales declined by 1.2%.



HSBC have a plan for a no deal Brexit


John Flint, Cheif Executive of HSBC has stated that in the event of a no deal Brexit, whereby the UK will exit the European Union (EU) without a deal for the financial services industry, the bank has a contingency plan.


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