The average house price has topped the £270,000 mark

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Advent To Buy McAfee For Over $10 Billion: WSJ

Cyber security software maker McAfee Corp. (MCFE) closed Friday’s trading 20% higher driven by the Wall Street Journal’s report that the company is nearing a deal to sell itself to Advent Intl. Corp.

According WSJ, citing people familiar with the matter, Advent, a private-equity firm, would pay over $10 billion for McAfee.

MCFE closed Friday’s trading at $25.46, up $4.25 or 20.04%, on the Nasdaq. The stock further gained $0.41 or 1.61% in extended hours. The day’s trading volume topped 8.6 million shares, above its average volume of 1.7 million.

The deal could be announced on Monday, the report said, but also noted that talks could still fall apart.

In March, McAfee agreed to sell its Enterprise business to a consortium led by Symphony Technology Group in an all-cash transaction for $4.0 billion.

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Retail sales from Germany and final manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ survey results from the UK are due on Monday, headlining a light day for the European economic news.

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At 5.30 am ET, UK Markit/CIPS manufacturing PMI data is due. The final reading is seen at 57.7 in October, unchanged from the flash estimate.

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The average house price has topped the £270,000 mark

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Values grew by 0.9 percent last month, a rise of more than £2,500, the Halifax said.

Annual house price inflation accelerated to 8.1 per cent, from 7.4 percent in September.

The bank said it is the first time the average price has topped the £270,000 mark.

Earlier this week, Nationwide put this figure at £250,311, a record for its index, which uses different calculations.

Wales remains the strongest performer, with annual house price inflation of 12.9 percent, said the Halifax.

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Russell Galley, the bank’s managing director, said: “We do expect house buying demand to cool in the months ahead as borrowing costs rise.”

But Jan Crosby, at KPMG, added: “Developers are being hammered by demand for new projects – especially outside of cities. This is good news for sellers, with continued supply constraints on new-build homes.”