The stats: July 2016


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The premiums for each month are compared with the same period of the previous year to deliver a percentage movement. Both January and February were notable for the fact that there had been neither growth nor any reduction. Another three months – June, July and December – were arguably quite docile in terms of movement. However the remainder stood out. The two most high profile changes came in October and November with an increase of nearly 30% and a decrease of

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