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Business: What's In Store For 2016? - Yahoo Finance UK


Business: What's In Store For 2016?
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According to Savills, UK house prices will rise 17% by the end of 2020, with slower growth of 15.3% in London ?where affordability is already stretched? according to Savills' Lucian Cook. Mr Buik is slightly more bullish for real estate, pencilling in ...

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Saudi Arabia is killing its own economy because it won't cut oil... - Business Insider


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Saudi Arabia is killing its own economy because it won't cut oil...
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Oil prices have plunged about 60% since the summer of 2014 and it is not only hurting energy companies' balance sheets but it's slowly killing off oil-rich countries' economies ? the latest being Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is arguably to blame for ...
Saudi Arabia stocks fall sharply on tax risesBBC News
Saudi Posts Record Deficit Amid Oil SlumpManx Radio

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Get ready for rocketing house prices ? UK housing supply just hit a record low - Business Insider


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Get ready for rocketing house prices ? UK housing supply just hit a record low
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Guatemala City Sinkhole - Large Guatemala Government www.flickr.comThe latest house price index shows that housing supply dropped to a new low. Britain should brace itself for higher house prices because the key factor as to why prices are continually ...
UK house price growth eased in November, Halifax saysBBC News
U.K. November Home Prices Fall as Halifax Flags Supply ShortageBloomberg

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Europe's top court has ruled that bitcoin should not be taxed on the continent - Business Insider


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Europe's top court has ruled that bitcoin should not be taxed on the continent
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It recommended that Europe "keep payments with bitcoin out of scope of VAT as bitcoin can be considered a 'pure payment system,'" tax lawyer Roger van de Berg told Business Insider. The ECJ had been asked to clarify two questions: First, whether VAT ...

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