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British commercial property weakened by Brexit

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10th August, 2016
Bank of England surveyed business conditions after Brexit vote Pic: Getty

A Bank of England report on business conditions in Britain has found that business services and construction have been most affected by the fall-out from the Brexit vote.

In a survey of around 270 business contacts carried out from late June to late July, the bank found that a decline in the volume of manufacturing exports had been arrested, helped by a weakening of sterling.

It said business services growth weakened, partly reflecting weakness in commercial...

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