U.K. Property Market Proves Hardy Following Brexit Vote

The appeal of bricks and mortar remained relatively robust in the face of the initial shock of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. U.K. house prices declined 0.9 percent to 305,504 pounds ($406,000) this month, a drop only slightly greater than the average over the past six years, according to property website operator Rightmove. Buyer demand declined from last year, when it was boosted by the general election result, but was at the same level as 2014 amid supply constraints and low mortgage rates. Bloomberg's Jack Sidders reports and Plurimi Wealth CIO Patrick Armstrong discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on "Countdown."

Full Show: Bloomberg Markets Middle East (08/06)
59:30 - Bloomberg Markets Middle East hosted by Yousef Gamal El-Din. Guests include Julie Bishop, the Australian Foreign Minister, Hans Goetti, HG Research Independent Research Consultant, Faisal Durrani, Cluttons Head of Research, Khalid Howladar, Acreditus Managing Director. (Source: Bloomberg)
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