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  1. https://www.aspc.co.uk/media/98587/second-quarter.pdf Note at bottom of report: " This differs from the information reported in previous Aberdeen House Price Reports where price changes were calculated as the differences in the average prices between two periods."
  2. The Police Pension Scheme 2015 2.2 Pension benefits for members  The Normal Pension Age (NPA) is 60.  The Normal Minimum Pension Age (NMPA) is 55.  You have the option to retire at any time after NMPA and to take immediate payment of your pension; if you decide to retire with immediate payment of your pension after NMPA and before NPA, your 2015 Scheme benefits will be actuarially reduced by reference to NPA. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/528011/2016_06_07_-_Members__Guide_-_Final.pdf
  3. Paris rolls out ‘red-white-and-blue carpet’ for banks https://www.ft.com/content/464c67d8-630e-11e7-91a7-502f7ee26895?mhq5j=e3 Brexit: France to cut income tax and open international schools to entice London's bankers to Paris https://www.thelocal.fr/20170707/paris-to-open-three-more-international-schools-to-entice-brexit
  4. Link to European Central Bank Report https://www.ecb.europa.eu/pub/pdf/other/ecb.euro-international-role-201707.pdf?97b744a422eeea404e8a27783c697f54 "These findings shed light on discussions triggered by Brexit as to whether foreign exchange trading will be moving away from London if the United Kingdom does leave the European Union. Because the United Kingdom is, for the time being, an EU Member State and fully open to capital flows in the sample considered here, and because there is no financial centre rivalling the City of London in importance, we should avoid considering the findi
  5. EU hopes of winning London’s euro trading sunk by undersea cables https://www.ft.com/content/56ad41e6-617a-11e7-8814-0ac7eb84e5f1
  6. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39026975 "Instead of using the Retail Prices Index (RPI), it could be that some companies would be allowed to use the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) instead, the government said. Since CPI is usually lower than RPI, it would save firms money. However, such a change could cost the average pensioner up to £20,000 over the course of their retirement, according to the discussion document. Most public-sector Defined Benefit pensions schemes moved to the CPI measure in 2011."
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