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Mortgage approvals by the main high street banks rose to a four-month high of 39.7K in October, from 38.7K in September, according to trade body U.K. Finance.
Mortgage lender Halifax reported yesterday that the rate of increase in house prices has picked up since the summer.
London has been the U.K.'s growth star for the last two decades. Between 1997 and 2014, yearover-year growth in nominal Gross Value Added averaged 5.4% in London, greatly exceeding the 4% rate across the rest of the country. Surveys since the referendum, however, indicate that the capital is at the sharp end of the post-referendum downturn.
Yesterday's figures from trade body U.K. Finance showed that January's pick-up in mortgage approvals was just a blip.
A tentative revival in mortgage lending is underway, following the lull in the four months after the MPC hiked interest rates in November.
GDP growth currently is subdued by historical standards, but at least it is not debt-fuelled.
July's mortgage approvals data from the BBA brought clear evidence that households have held off making major financial commitments as a result of the Brexit vote. Following a 5% month-to-month fall in June, approvals fell a further 5.3% in July, leaving them at their lowest level since January 2015 and down 19% year-over-year.
The squeeze on real wages has just ended and GfK's consumer confidence index hit a 11-month high in March.
Surveys released over the last week have suggested that the housing market might be past the worst.
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