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DAGENHAM, ENGLAND - JANUARY 13: Cars are prepared for distribution at a Ford factory on January 13, 2015 in Dagenham, England. Originally opened in 1931, the Ford factory has unveiled a state of the art GBP475 million production line that will start manufacturing the new low-emission, Ford diesel engines from this November this will generate more than 300 new jobs, Ford currently employs around 3000 at the plant in Dagenham. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images) ©Getty
Vehicles tend to be most people’s biggest purchase after their house, but what options offer the best value?
– Jonathan Eley
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The FTSE 100 index topped its all-time high this week,The ups, but but other UK indices have had a better run
– Judith Evans

EU mortgage rules may baffle borrowers

Brokers warn over APR requirements

Tax havens linked to London property

Foreign companies hold 40,000 high-value homes in capital, study finds

Farmland stock set for Aim float

Greenshields Agri IPO comes after years of soaring farmland prices

Pension trustees urged to focus on costs

Eight key metrics could sum up transaction charges

C287FX Solar panels being installed on a house roof, Britain, UK. Image shot 2011. Exact date unknown.
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Returns from renewables

From solar panels on your roof to investment trusts

Ed Miliband, Leader of the Labour party, delivers his keynote speech at the Labour party conference in Manchester.
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Miliband attacked over pension tax plan

Tax breaks raid to fund student fees cut

London, UK - May 23, 2014: A Foxtons estate agent sign advertising a house for sale in West Hampstead, within the London Borough of Camden. A Foxtons for sale sign in West Hampstead, London.

Housing market ‘will bounce back’

Transactions low but will recover after Easter — CML

Investors cut UK equity exposure

Wealth managers fear election outcome

SFO probes investment schemes

Investors could have lost an estimated £20m


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