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Source: Common Domain

New Developments Entering London’s Market Amid Brexit Uncertainty

Thursday 10:50 GMT

According to numbers released in February by Rightmove and reported by Mansion Global, London had a decline in year-over-year price growth of 2.1% in February.

In the face of all this uncertainty, some beautiful Spring projects are sprouting, including stand-out historical renovations and a one-of-a-kind Victorian mews and a gated development in Chiswick with room to stretch out. This four-story Victorian building has undergone a four-year renovation to restore the property’s original facade as well as create 17 bespoke one- and- two bedroom apartments and a lateral penthouse.

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Source: Reuters

Deutsche Bank merger talks heighten uncertainty for U.S. staff

Thursday 17:15 GMT

(Reuters) - Deutsche Bank AG’s merger talks with Commerzbank AG has put its 10,000 U.S. workers on edge, three employees told Reuters, with some concerned a deal could pressure Deutsche to further shrink or even dispose of its U.S. businesses.

The future of the bank’s U.S. trading and investment banking presence had already been in question, with some shareholders calling for further cuts on top of ones announced last year, and speculation has intensified following confirmation of the merger talks on Sunday.

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Source: BBC

Those ‘most expensive city’ lists are designed for expats

Friday 09:55 GMT

Earlier this week, the Economist Intelligence Unit published its biannual list of the most expensive cities in the world.

Before you click the next “most expensive city” headline to see if your home makes the cut, there are some things you should know: who these lists are actually for, the criteria they use and how to determine a cost of living that applies to you.


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