The average national rent increase in the second quarter of 2019 was the lowest since the second quarter of 2015. Rents in the Netherlands increased an average of 3.1 percent in the second quarter of this year, according to figures from Pararius. This clearly shows that the price increases are slowing down, the housing platform said, NU.nl reports. Rent increases fell below 5 percent for the first time in 3.5 years in the last quarter of 2018. And that slowing down effect is continuing, according to Pararius. There are major regional differences in the rent increases. The price increase in Amsterdam, which has relatively many rental properties on offer, was only 2.8 percent on average. The rent increase in Amsterdam has been low for several quarters. The average rent per square meter in the capital is still the highest in the country at 23.42 euros. According to Pararius, the Dutch capital had a dampening effect on the national average. If Amsterdam's rent increase is … [Read more...] about Netherlands sees lowest average rent increase since 2015
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Oil prices sank on Tuesday after President Trump and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo struck a softer tone on Iran. The market acted swiftly, selling off crude oil. The comments come a day after Iran’s foreign minister Javad Zarif spoke with NBC News, where he seemed to crack open the door to negotiations of some sort. When asked what it would take to get Iran to the bargaining table, Zarif took issue with the premise of the question. “No, we are at the bargaining table. It is the United States that left the bargaining table,” he said. “And they are always welcome to return.” Read more He then framed Iran’s recent moves to withdraw from parts of the 2015 nuclear deal as a response to the US not holding up its end of the deal. The Trump administration unilaterally left the agreement in 2018. But again, Zarif seemed to open the door. When NBC News’ Lester Holt asked whether or not Iran’s latest decisions to begin stockpiling … [Read more...] about Crude oil prices plunge as conflict between US and Iran cools
News / Business by Press Association 03/07/2019, 12:03 am Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Shop prices have fallen for the first time in eight months after high street retailers resorted to heavy discounts to lure in cash-strapped shoppers amid the recent wet weather. Prices were down 0.1% in June – the first fall since October last year – and a marked reversal of the 0.8% inflation recorded in May, according to the BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index. Non-food price deflation drove the fall, with a drop of 1.2% as the cost of clothing and footwear, furniture, electricals, DIY and other categories were all below the level of June 2015 prices. But food inflation held steady at 1.8% as fresh food price increases eased back to 1.4% from 1.5% in May, which was offset by a surge in the cost of ambient foods, which recorded inflation of 2.3%. The report said retailers have been slashing prices to boost trade in poor early summer weather and as … [Read more...] about Shop prices fall amid wet weather and lacklustre spending
Over its long history, Honda's CR-V has quietly become the world's best-selling SUV and this latest version doesn't look all that different to its predecessor, but it's still a big improvement. And it's perfect timing for a car like this to maintain its crown at the top of the SUV tree, as the nation seems to want nothing other than a jacked-up mud-plugger as their family workhorse. As diverse as its talents are, most CRVs will inevitably end up on the school run, the office commute or possibly, in rare cases, crossing grassy fields at a point-to-point or towing a caravan to Norfolk. So what's new? Well, to start off it has a stiffer chassis, so it handles a bit better than the predecessor and, although the newcomer is the same length as the car it replaces, the wheelbase is stretched so there's 50mm more legroom in the back. There's also a range of technology improvements to make it more clever and more user-friendly and safety has been turned up a few notches. But the big news is the … [Read more...] about Review: Why is the Honda CR-V one of the world’s best-selling SUV’s?
Back to the future: Honda's world-beating CR-V gets a new generation makeover BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Honda's CR-V - globally, the biggest-selling SUV - is now on sale in all-new fifth generation guise. Here's the lowdown. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/cars/back-to-the-future-hondas-worldbeating-crv-gets-a-new-generation-makeover-37975590.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/cars/article37975587.ece/df1c3/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-04-03_lif_49209432_I4.JPG Email Honda's CR-V - globally, the biggest-selling SUV - is now on sale in all-new fifth generation guise. Here's the lowdown. What's new?The Honda CR-V is the biggest-selling mid-size SUV on the planet, shifting up to 3.75 million models since 1995. It's now upon us in fifth generation guise, and is more than just an update, this is an all-new model, featuring petrol-electric hybrid versions, a seven-seat option, and improved interior quality, refinement and spaciousness. There's also a new chassis aimed at delivering a more … [Read more...] about Back to the future: Honda’s world-beating CR-V gets a new generation makeover