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IFAs confident in mortgage market

Confidence in the mortgage market among financial advisers and their clients continued to rise during the summer months, according to Paragon Mortgages. The lender’s financial adviser confidence tracking index for the third quarter rose to 116.4 from 113.6 in the previous quarter, its highest level since 1997. Paragon says its findings show borrowers are currently favouring capital, interest and buy-to-let mortgages above all others.

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China: growth defence or another debt-fuelled boom?

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