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House price growth jumped ahead of EU referendum
House price growth accelerated in June, even despite the fear - and then reality - of a Brexit victory at the EU referendum last week.
UK house price growth up in final set of figures before vote to leave EU  The Guardian
House price gap between north and south 'widens to record high'  Daily Mail
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Greene King warns of fall in consumer confidence over Brexit
Greene King, the brewer and pub operator, has warned that consumer confidence will be affected by Brexit. Rooney Anand, the ceo of Greene King said the effect on confidence was likely to be in the near-term but argued the company already had a track ...
Greene King - Strong end to a transformational year  Hargreaves Lansdown
Pub firm Greene King cautions Brexit to weigh on consumer spending  Daily Mail
Goldman Sachs chief apologises for belated BHS disclosure
Michael Sherwood, co-head of Goldman Sachs in Europe, has apologised to a UK parliamentary hearing for belatedly disclosing that the US bank received a request to provide �40m of financing for the sale of collapsed retailer BHS.
Goldman Sachs banker apologises to MPs for not disclosing BHS talks  The Guardian
BHS deal 'didn't pass sniff test', says Goldman executive  BBC News
Dixons Carphone calls for a strong single market deal
Sebastian James, group chief executive of Dixons Carphone, told the BBC that "we need to do everything in our power to make sure our leaders get us access to the single market".
Dixons Carphone upbeat despite Brexit threat to consumer confidence, as it ...  This is Money
Dixons Carphone posts 17% increase in profit before tax  International Business Times UK
Toyota recalls 1.4 million cars over faulty airbags
Toyota is recalling more than 1.4 million cars worldwide over faulty airbags - the recall affects 2010-2012 hybrid Prius and Lexus CT200h cars.
Toyota recalls 1.43 million cars in new air bag alert  Irish Examiner
Lloyds to axe 640 jobs in cost-cutting drive -sources
LONDON, June 29 (Reuters) - Lloyds Banking Group plans to axe about 640 jobs, sources close to the matter said on Wednesday, as Britain's largest mortgage lender continues to scale back its branch network and workforce.
Lloyds Cuts 640 Jobs, Closes Branches as Part of 2014 Plan  Bloomberg
Vodafone warns over future of uk hq after brexit vote
Telecoms giant Vodafone has warned it could move its headquarters out of the UK following the Brexit vote. The group - one of the UK's largest companies - said its decision would depend on whether Britain's negotiations to quit the European Union would ...
Vodafone hints at relocation from UK  The Register
Vodafone may pull jobs out of UK after Brexit
Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds among 12 banks at risk of downgrade by Moody's ...
Moody's changed its outlook on eight of the 12 banks, including Barclays, HSBC, Santander UK and Nationwide, from stable to negative.
Moody's lower outlook for UK banks to negative  Scottish Daily Record
Brexit: Moody's lowers outlook of UK banks and building societies  International Business Times UK
Jaguar Land Rover says short-term Brexit impact will not affect Slovak plant
LONDON Britain's biggest carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (TAMO.NS) said the short-term effects of Britain's decision to leave the European Union will not affect plans to build a new plant in Slovakia, the firm's strategy director said on Wednesday.
Post Brexit, what next for UK subcontractors?  Engineering Capacity
JLR aims high with the F-Pace  AM-online
Second property fund writes off �130m as Brexit chill spreads
Another major property fund has written down its portfolio value as fears of a collapse in commercial property prices grips the market.
L&G and Aberdeen add to property woes with price shifts  FT Adviser
Aberdeen latest to cut property fund valuations post-Brexit  Fund Strategy