THE FTSE 100 is on course for a record high by the end of the year as a wall of cheap central banks' money and lower political risks provide a "sweet spot" for financial markets.
The property market had slowed to a crawl in the lead-up to yesterday's referendum as potential buyers put their plans on hold, the National Association of Estate Agents said last week.
U.K. shorter-dated government bonds fell, underperforming longer-maturity gilts, as Scotland's rejection of independence from the union put the focus back on to when the Bank of England will raise interest rates.
AVIVA has sold its holding in joint venture CxG Aviva to NCG Banco for �226 million. AVIVA has sold its holding in joint venture CxG Aviva to NCG Banco for �226 million.
Borrowers keen to take advantage will be able to benefit from a price war sweeping the mortgage market, as lenders battle to attract new customers ahead of an interest rate rise.