City cull adds to London house-price bubble risk
Toil and bubble
Financial firms are forecast to return to 1993 levels of headcount, yet prime central London property keeps appreciating. Global safe-haven inflows may keep it that way. But falling rents are a warning that if the foreign money dries up, the market’s fundamentals aren’t strong.
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