|Bid||47.394 x 18000|
|Ask||48.277 x 18000|
|Day's range||47.813 - 47.813|
|52-week range||41.021 - 50.627|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Overseas landlords are moving out of the U.K. property market in search of pastures greener, according to new research which suggests the number of international investors who own property in the U.K. has fallen to a new low.
Asking prices for houses and apartments in England and Wales stabilised after a drop in June, but home-buyers remain cautious as wage growth falls behind inflation, a survey by property website Rightmove (LSE: RMV.L - news) showed on Monday. Rightmove said average asking prices for property sold on its website increased by a monthly 0.1 percent in July, a month that usually sees slight falls in prices. In annual terms, prices were up 2.8 percent compared with a 1.8 percent rise in June.
Asking prices for UK homes fell by 0.4% in June, according to property website Rightmove, the first price decline in the month since 2009. June usually registered a seasonal price rise but saw prices dip slightly, with political instability, inflation, and wage stagnation blamed for the drop. The average UK house price was 1.8% higher than in June last year, the smallest annual increase since 2013.