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Britain's homeowners 'gloomiest in Europe'
21 Jul 2008 source: thisismoney.co.uk

Valentine Low, Evening Standard21 July 2008 Chat | Guide | Calculate Homeowners in Britain are gloomier about falling property prices than households in the US and other major European countries, a survey has revealed today. Gloom: Homeowners see bad times ahead WANT TO KNOW MORE? House prices down £18,000 House price tables: Who says what? House price crash calculator OTHER STORIES Market towns beat the neighbours House prices down average of £18,000  ...


Home-sellers risk bad case of 'brickor mortis'
21 Jul 2008 source: thisismoney.co.uk

Mira Bar-Hillel, Evening Standard21 July 2008 Chat | Guide | Calculate House-sellers in London who don't lower their asking prices are risking 'brickor mortis' - their homes dying a death in an estate agent's window. Coming down: Properties left on agents' books as sellers refuse to budge WANT TO KNOW MORE? Homeowners 'gloomiest in Europe' Buying and selling at auctions Should I sell or rent out my flat? Find the best mortgage for you OTHER STORIES Market towns bea ...


We're safe, says Nationwide boss
21 Jul 2008 source: thisismoney.co.uk

Richard Dyson, Financial Mail21 July 2008 Reader comments (1) Two issues preoccupied the hundreds of Nationwide Building Society members who turned up for its annual meeting last Thursday - the security of their savings and the ability of Britain's biggest mutual to survive the credit crisis. Keep it mutual: Members Kathleen and Tony Murphy OTHER STORIES My, hasn't your child trust fund grown? Will A&L savers be happy with Abbey? Kaupthing rises may signal fixed-rate  ...


House prices down average of £18,000
21 Jul 2008 source: thisismoney.co.uk

Becky Barrow, Daily Mail21 July 2008 Calculate | Table The average asking price for a home has dropped by up to £18,000 since May, research reveals today. Still on the market: House prices plunge £18,000 in two months WANT TO KNOW MORE? House Price Tables OTHER STORIES Market towns beat the neighbours Buy or rent: The property waiting game? Nationwide cuts mortgage rates Tenants squeezed as rents rise sharply Sharks move in as home sales hit new low  ...


London shares outlook - flat after mixed NY; banks in focus amid HBOS concerns ...
21 Jul 2008 source: iii.co.uk

LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Leading shares look set for a flat start to the week following a mixed performance on Wall Street Friday, with investors likely to remain jittery amid concerns over HBOS's fund raising attempts. Spread-bettors Betonmarkets.com expect the FTSE 100 index to open 2.6 points firmer, having closed up 90.1 points at 5,376.4 on Friday. Wall Street ended Friday's session mix ...


China major commercial banks end-June NPL ratio 6.1 pct vs 6.72 pct end-2007 ...
21 Jul 2008 source: iii.co.uk

BEIJING (XFN-ASIA) - Major commercial banks had an average non-performing loan (NPL) ratio of 6.1 pct at the end of June, down 0.62 percentage point from the end of 2007, the China Banking Regulatory Commission said. Major commercial banks include all five state-owned commercial banks - the ICBC, Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Agricultural Bank of China and Bank of Communications - and 1 ...


China major commercial banks end-June NPL ratio 6.1 pct - UPDATE ...
21 Jul 2008 source: iii.co.uk

BEIJING (XFN-ASIA) - Major commercial banks had an average non-performing loan (NPL) ratio of 6.1 pct at the end of June, down 0.62 percentage point from the end of 2007, the China Banking Regulatory Commission said. Major commercial banks include all five state-owned commercial banks - the ICBC, Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Agricultural Bank of China and Bank of Communications - and 1 ...


UK house prices register biggest July fall on record - Rightmove ...
21 Jul 2008 source: iii.co.uk

LONDON (Thomson Financial) - The average asking price of a UK home fell at a record rate for the month of July, as new sellers cut prices to lure buyers put off by rising mortgage costs and tight lending conditions, according to property website Rightmove. House prices fell by 4,345 pounds or 1.8 percent in July from June, the largest fall in July since the survey began. The previous record for J ...


HBOS cash call take-up 'as low as 10%'
20 Jul 2008 source: thisismoney.co.uk

Press Association20 July 2008, 3:19pm Data Banking giant HBOS is to reveal that as few as 10% of shareholders took part in its £4bn rights issue, it has been reported. Lack of interest: HBOS' army of small investors has shunned the rights issue WANT TO KNOW MORE? Midas share tips: HBOS rights issue Share data: HBOS HBOS rights issue: 'Don't participate' OTHER STORIES Sunday newspaper share tips A-Z of the Sunday newspapers A&L's arm twisted by regulator over t ...


Will A&L savers be happy with Abbey?
20 Jul 2008 source: thisismoney.co.uk

Jo Thornhill, Financial Mail20 July 2008 In the latest twist to the storm buffeting banks and building societies, Alliance & Leicester is likely to fall prey to Abbey. So where does that leave A&L's 450,000 mortgage borrowers? And will its millions of savers benefit? ON THE MOVE: Alexandra and Paul Mason plan to shop around when their loan with Alliance & Leicester ends WANT TO KNOW MORE? A&L's arm twisted over takeover Santander confirms £1.26bn A&L b ...


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