Archive for October, 2010

Investec Prices $200 Million of Bonds Backed by U.K. Subprime Mortgages

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

Investec Prices $200 Million of Bonds Backed by U.K. Subprime Mortgages
Investec Plc , the South African private bank, said it priced 128 million pounds ($200 million) of bonds backed by U.K. non-conforming mortgages in the first public sale of the securities since 2007.

New Search Results, from Technorati and Ingboo

Technorati and Ingboo have partnered together to provide an all new kind of subscription experience for Technorati content, including search results. Look for a blue Ingboo icon for a full range of subscription options.

Feeds are also available for:

Hottest Blogosphere Posts

Latest Original Articles from Technorati

The Technorati Blog

We also have channel feeds, writer feeds, and tag feeds, which can be found on their respective pages.

SBI readies for retail push in UK
Targets the 1.1-million NRI/PIO market, to begin with home mortgages.

New Search Results, from Technorati and Ingboo

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

New Search Results, from Technorati and Ingboo

Technorati and Ingboo have partnered together to provide an all new kind of subscription experience for Technorati content, including search results. Look for a blue Ingboo icon for a full range of subscription options.

Feeds are also available for:

Hottest Blogosphere Posts

Latest Original Articles from Technorati

The Technorati Blog

We also have channel feeds, writer feeds, and tag feeds, which can be found on their respective pages.

Mortgage Approvals Stall For Fifth Month
The number of mortgages approved has fallen for the fifth month in the row according to the Bank of England.

UK housing market set for a fall, IMF warns
The fund, in its half-yearly World Economic Outlook, said it was ‘worrisome’ that UK property prices still remained so expensive The International Monetary Fund raised the prospect of a double dip in Britain’s property market today when it said house prices were overvalued and vulnerable to a fall. The fund, in its half-yearly World Economic Outlook, said it was “worrisome” that British property …

UK home loan reforms too onerous: mortgage lenders

Saturday, October 30th, 2010

UK home loan reforms too onerous: mortgage lenders
Group says many would-be buyers would be locked out of market. 5 Oct 2010 2:49 PM

UK housing market set for a fall, IMF warns
The fund, in its half-yearly World Economic Outlook, said it was ‘worrisome’ that UK property prices still remained so expensive The International Monetary Fund raised the prospect of a double dip in Britain’s property market today when it said house prices were overvalued and vulnerable to a fall. The fund, in its half-yearly World Economic Outlook, said it was “worrisome” that British property …

Home mortgage lending hits a 10-year low in September
Mortgage lenders report the worst monthly net lending since 2000, with one economist saying the current housing market ‘has very little going for it’ Mortgage lending plummeted to its lowest level for a decade in September and mortgage approvals for house purchases sank to an 18-month low, according to figures released by the British Bankers’ Association (BBA). Net lending, which does not …