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Following the business' move to One Central Square last September and its rebrand to trade under the Hodge name, the group's result has been underpinned by a record performance in both of our main businesses, and we have created a very strong platform for future growth.
The improved performance was underpinned by the regional consumer loans growth, lower overhead costs and lower provisions.
Admittedly, there is an industry agreement in place, designed to ensure continuity of cover for homes that have had to be underpinned.
Analysts with the agency said, 'The affirmation reflects that the UK's 'AAA' ratings remain underpinned by its high value-added, wealthy and flexible economy; strong financial flexibility underpinned by a deep government bond market and the British pound's continuing status as a 'reserve currency', as well as political and social stability.
PEOPLE are abandoning traditional national and religious identities which underpinned the Troubles, it was revealed yesterday.
And without any coherent spiritual worldview to fall back on, France is finding itself morally adrift and in search of answers formerly underpinned by a Judeo-Christian spiritual soul.
This analysis is strongly underpinned by Robert Hughes's 1997 essay, 'American Visions', which proposes New York as the central motif of modernity for North Americans and for western art.
But just as we now know that many nonreligious motivations underpinned the classic "wars of religion" we should not be too surprised that religious motives played a part in an earlier period.
This new Model has four distinct stages, and is directly underpinned by Moore's [5] Theory of Transactional Distance which tries to measure the psychological distance between the student and the information to be learnt, an approach which has been widely accepted as an effective theory underlying and informing open and distance education.
Likewise, although the recent shift towards higher fiscal deficits in the United States and several other industrial countries has strongly underpinned aggregate demand and economic activity in the short run, the key will be to ensure that macroeconomic policies operate in a sustainable fashion over the longer term.
With mortgage rates at a 50-year low, benign employment prospects and affordability levels well below the long-term average, the housing market continues to be underpinned by strong fundamentals.