Rightmove figures show house prices across England and Wales fell 0.9% month-on-month in August.
Economists for Free Trade made whopping estimation based on removing trade tariffs after hard Brexit.
Number of visitors from Europe also rises as the economy benefits from jump in tourism.
Industry data suggests exports of the fish jumped more than 53% helped by a weaker pound.
White House official says Advisory Council on Infrastructure 'will not move forward'.
White House occupants and administrations have changed but one constant happens to be the persistently rising US debt.
British currency gets respite having registered steep declines in recent weeks.
Poll of finance chiefs by Thomson Reuters finds few having altered their strategic planning.
Swedish tech giant eyes losing 22% of its workforce to improve operating margins.
Retail sales rise 0.3% month-on-month in July, beating forecast for 0.1% gain.
Ratings agency S&P says prospects for current administration to work with lawmakers on its pro-growth drive are 'dim'
Over half of Britons took cost-cutting measures in the second quarter.
New IMF report warns of an economic disruption, calls for remedial measures from Beijing.
Global retailer poised to open its 14th UK distribution centre in Bristol
Unemployment rate falls to 4.4% in the quarter to June, while average weekly wages rise 2.1%.