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Brexit latest: Mortgage approvals fall again in August
The mortgage market continued to slow in August in the wake of the Brexit vote, the latest statistics from the British Bankers Association show.
Mortgage approvals at 19-month low, but consumer credit soars  
Mortgage approvals slump to 19-month low  
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Deutsche Bank shares are at their lowest point since the mid-1980s and on some measures at a record low. Photograph: Arne Dedert/EPA.
LONDON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Management at British discount supermarket Aldi's German parent will not re-think their investment plans for the UK despite falling profits and the UK's decision to quit the European Union, Aldi UK boss Matthew Barnes said ...
The first quarterly survey of businesses since the Brexit vote shows that optimism within financial services has deteriorated. 12:26, UK, Monday 26 September 2016.
Monarch Airlines has insisted it is 'trading well' - the day after being forced to deny speculation that the firm is in financial trouble.
British Home Stores is to relaunch online, a month after the last of its high-street shops shut down. The business, a staple of British shopping, went into administration in April and the company was wound down when a buyer could not be found.

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