The U.K. economy continued to lose momentum in the three months through November as manufacturing slumped.
After a three-decade boom, British home prices are getting hit from uncertainty over Brexit and years of tepid wage growth.
Consumer-price growth slowed to 2.3 percent from 2.4 percent in October.
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U.K. home prices increased slightly last month as a shortage of properties kept the market tight.
ECB president dashes expectations for tightening early in 2019.
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