• A no-deal Brexit could cost the UK economy $140 billion

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Leaving the EU without a deal could cost the UK economy $140 billion 10 years after Brexit, according to a new report by the RAND Corporation.
    The best case scenario would be a trilateral UK-EU-UK deal, the report said, which could be better for the UK economy than continued EU membership.
    Three possible hard Brexit and three possible soft Brexit deals would all result in net declines in UK GDP 10 years after Brexit, the report predicted.
    LONDON - Leaving the EU without a deal would be most damaging Brexit outcome for the UK economy and could cost $140 billion 10 years after Brexit...
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  • A no-deal Brexit could cost the UK economy $140 billion

    A no-deal Brexit could cost the UK economy $140 billion

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Leaving the EU without a deal could cost the UK economy $140 billion 10 years after Brexit, according to a new report by the RAND Corporation.
    The best case scenario would be a trilateral UK-EU-UK deal, the report said, which could be better for the UK economy than continued EU membership.
    Three possible hard Brexit and three possible soft Brexit deals would all result in net declines in UK GDP 10 years after Brexit, the report predicted.
    LONDON - Leaving the EU without a deal would be most damaging Brexit outcome for the UK economy and could cost $140 billion 10 years after Brexit...
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  • 10 Housing Markets to Watch in the New Year

    10 Housing Markets to Watch in the New Year

    4 monthes ago - By RIS Media

    Dwindling inventory, high demand and even higher prices. Will the housing market shift next year?
    According to a 2018 Housing Forecast by Trulia, the answer is contingent on many wait-and-sees. Definitive, however, is at least one indicator: the homeownership rate. In a continuation of its movement this year , the homeownership rate is expected to gradually track upward in the new year.
    “Homeownership will continue its comeback story in 2018, as Gen Xers who were hard hit during the Great Recession become homeowners again, and as more millennials buy homes for the first time,” says Ralph...
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