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Friday 24th October 2014
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London Housing Hits an ‘Inevitable’ Slowdown, Hometrack Says
London house-price growth slowed last month as a convergence of a stronger pound, Bank of England warnings and stretched affordability began to take their toll, Hometrack Ltd. said.
London stocks come under pressure at open
London (AFP) - Shares in London started in negative territory on Thursday as investors reacted to the terror attack in Canada and weak corporate figures in Britain.
Price Gains for Costliest London Homes Slowest in 3 Years
Prices of London's most expensive homes gained at the slowest pace in more than three years in the third quarter as the market took a "necessary pit-stop," according to Marsh & Parsons Ltd. The average price in Chelsea, one of the city's most exclusive neighborhoods, fell 0.4 percent to 2.4 million pounds. "We've reached a plateau in the course of house-price growth, and the path paved out for ...
London's FTSE falls at open
London (AFP) - London's leading share index fell at the start of trading on Friday, as investors await the results of European bank "stress tests" this weekend.
London House Sales Slow Sharply Says Agent
The London-focused estate agents, Foxtons, has issued a profits warning saying it has endured a "sharp and recent" slowdown in sales. The company, which floated on the London Stock Exchange (Other OTC: LDNXF - news) just a year ago as the London property boom gathered pace, saw a 15% drop in its share price in the wake of the announcement.
Foxtons warns on profit as London housing market cools
By Costas Pitas LONDON (Reuters) - British estate agent Foxtons warned profits would fall this year because of a marked slowdown in London's previously runaway property market, sending its shares tumbling by a fifth. Foxtons, which has become a symbol of the British capital's property boom, said sales volumes had fallen sharply and commissions were down in the third quarter. Known for its coffee ...
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High Court judge stumped by cricket
London (AFP) - All those who contend cricket is the sport of choice for the British 'establishment' were forced into something of a re-think when a case in London's High Court on Thursday led the judge to ask: "What are sixes and fours?"
Baseball to Stand Up To Cancer during Game 3
Major League Baseball will dedicate Game 3 of the 110th World Series on Friday to advancing the fight against cancer and specifically to help Stand Up To Cancer -- empowering a population of fans and Fall Classic participants who all share a goal of eradicating this disease in our lifetimes.
Tony Gonzalez enjoys talking football, too
Tony Gonzalez is having as much fun talking football as he did playing it. Now an analyst for CBS Sports, the 14-time Pro Bowl tight end will get an up-close view of Thursday night's showdown between the ...
Rugby-Japan to get 18th Super Rugby team in 2016 - SANZAR
Japan has beaten out Singapore to win the right to host the 18th Super Rugby team when the southern hemisphere provincial competition expands for the 2016 season, governing body SANZAR said on Friday. The Singapore bid effectively conceded defeat on Thursday, leaving the way open for Japan Rugby Football Union (JRFU), which will host the World Cup in 2019, to put together Asia's first team in ...
Former Patriot Bramlett, the 'Meanest Man in Football,' dies
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- John "Bull" Bramlett, a former professional football and baseball player who was nicknamed the "Meanest Man in Football," has died. He was 73. Shelby County Mayor's Office spokesman Steve Shular told The Associated Press that family members say the Memphis native died early Thursday. Shular said Mayor Mark H. Luttrell was close to Bramlett, who had been in declining health ...
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