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Cornell, Jonathan
May 2008
Mortgage Strategy;5/19/2008, p16
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The article discusses the trend in mortgage lending in Great Britain. It first explores the impact of Bank of England's inflation report on interest rates. It then notes the reduction in fixed rate mortgage including that of Nationwide Building Society and Abbey Mortgages, as well as the policy and rate changes announced by Northern Rock PLC.


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