House completions in Ireland will fall to 50,000 this year from more than 78,000 in 2007 before recovering in 2009, according to Dr Dan McLaughlin, group chief economist at Bank of Ireland.
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Philip Tebbatt says that it’s time to check out your arrears policy under MCOB 13 or risk falling foul of the Civil Justice Council pre-action protocol which is now at the consultation stage
Heritable Bank and its Icelandic parent group Landsbanki have both been placed on ratings watch negative by Fitch Ratings.
As the financial industry lurches upon the rough seas of the liquidity crisis some interesting theories have begun to emerge with regards to the circumstances we all find ourselves in.A couple of days ago we had the extraordinary experience of all lenders, or so it seemed, withdrawing their rates at the same time, and re-pricing […]
A Street sign of the timesIs it a sign of the times that Alison Hutchinson used to run Kensington mortgages as managing director while her replacement under the new Investec regime, Keith Street, has the title of head of Kensington? Prior to his appointment at the beginning of March, Street (pictured right) was director of […]
Indian equities have officially re-entered a bull market, with the benchmark index climbing to a 11-month high. But this is just the start, argues Neptune head of Indian Equities Kunal Desai. Read more: Important information Investment risks Neptune funds may have a high historic volatility rating and past performance is not a guide for future […]
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