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We specialise in responding to the needs of small to medium sized businesses.
We can help you protect and grow your business using our individually tailored financial services to suit your particular needs, cost effectively and efficiently.
ACF works with you to understand your business and your customer expectations.
We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
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HOUSE PRICES BOOSTED House prices have been pushed to a record high after loosening of mortgage terms and the chancekkors stamp duty holiday. Properties put up for sale over the past month have come with an average sale tag of £320,265, according to the latest Rightmove house price index. That is £7,640. or 2.4% more than the average new listing price back in March, before the coronavirus effecttively shut down the industry.
FACTORIES GET BACK TO WORK The manufacturing sector stabilised last month after collapsing at its fastest pace on record during the lockdown, according to a closely watched survey. Although output remains far below pre-crisis levels, activity is picking up and the sector is starting to recover. The IHS Markit/Cips flash composite purchasing managers index (PMI) for manufacturing jumped to 50.1 in June and back above the 50 line that signifies growth for the first time since February. The planed loosening in restrictions on July the 4th should aid further gains in the coming months.
BANK PREDICTS V SHAPED RECOVERY Britain is on track for a V-shaped recovery as the economy rebounds from the lockdown far faster thn expected, the Bank of England has said. Andy Haldane said the economy was already two months into the recovery and that the depth of the coronavirus recession was likely to be less than half as bad as the Bank had feared in May.