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GBP/JPY 177.7019 -0.0181 (-0.01%)
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GBP/CNY 9.9395 -0.0562 (-0.56%)
GBP/AUD 1.8572 -0.0068 (-0.36%)
House prices FELL by 0.2% last month, the first decline in more than a year
House prices fell by 0.2 per cent last month, in the latest sign that the property market is cooling. Nationwide building society said the average UK property price was �1,000 lower in September than in August, down to �188,374.
House prices have finally fallen  
St Albans has Britain's fastest growing property prices  
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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economy grew more quickly than previously thought in the second quarter and its recovery from the financial crisis has been less sluggish than first estimated, according to official figures that use a new way of calculating data.
In documents released earlier Tuesday, the EU explained the reasoning behind their decision to open formal tax investigations in June.
The under-fire loan firm sets aside �18.8m ahead of claims stemming from its use of fake legal letters to defaulting borrowers. 12:15pm UK, Tuesday 30 September 2014.
Photo. PayPal was a focus of a battle between eBay and Mr. Icahn, who demanded a spinoff of the unit as a way to generate value for shareholders.
Lloyds Banking Group has fired eight people in the wake of the Libor rigging scandal which cost it �218 million in fines earlier this year.

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