Growth in UK house prices slowed down in March, while the number of home owners tumbled to the lowest level in over 30 years, figures released by Nationwide showed.
Asian stock markets are exhibiting a mixed trend on Friday despite the positive cues overnight from Wall Street and crude oil prices rising above the $50 a barrel mark.
Stocks moved mostly higher during trading on Thursday following the lackluster performance seen in the previous session.
Lawmakers in North Carolina voted Thursday to approve the repeal of the state’s controversial “bathroom law,” although the compromise bill has faced harsh criticism from LGBTQ and civil rights groups.
While buying interest has remained somewhat subdued, stocks continue to see modest strength in mid-day trading on Thursday.
How ordinary savers can invest in the luxury London property market IBTimes UK Feltham in Greater London is the best value place to buy property in Britain’s most expensive counties, according to a new study.
It’s official. Kensington, Chelsea and Notting Hill are the richest places to live in Europe, according to a European-wide report.
Global investment bank JP Morgan appears to be scouting for a new post-Brexit European hub away from London, according to a media report.
Brexit day: Prime Minister Theresa May tells parliament that Article 50 has been triggered Reuters Two of Spain’s largest companies will announce plans to expand their operations in London later today (30 March), just a day after Britain formally began the process of leaving the European Union after 44 years.
Theresa May tells parliament that Article 50 has been triggered Reuters Prime Minister Theresa May admitted that the UK will lose influence on the rules governing the European economy, as she invoked Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and started the two-year-long Brexit talks on Wednesday (29 March).