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U.K. | 27 June 2019 Mortgage Lending Likely to Remain Impervious to Brexit Uncertainty
Data from trade body U.K. Finance show that mortgage lending has remained unyielding in the face of heightened economic and political uncertainty.

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27 June 2019 Mortgage Lending Likely to Remain Impervious to Brexit Uncertainty

By Samuel Tombs

Data from trade body U.K. Finance show that mortgage lending has remained unyielding in the face of heightened economic and political uncertainty.

Posted: 26th Jun 2019 in 'U.K.'

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