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27 October 2016The Bank of England has asked UK banks to outline their exposure to two stressed European banks
25 October 2016Management says it wants to concentrate on managing its core private equity business and grow infrastructure investment
20 October 2016The hedge fund manager plans to diversify its asset mix
13 October 2016The chancellor now plans to offload the government's 9 per cent stake to institutional investors
13 October 2016The FTSE 100 is rising, but is it actually good news for London-listed companies?
12 October 2016After a predictable downturn in the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum, business is now back to normal for the retirement homes specialist.
30 September 2016The IC’s property sector expert, Jonas Crosland, responds to last week’s financial dissection of the housebuilding sector ? and argues that...
29 September 2016Two utility groups' plans to sell stakes in their gas distribution businesses are causing some to fear for the sustainability of dividends
28 September 2016Tritax Big Box is raising funds to expand its property portfolio though more acquisitions.
19 September 2016Transaction volume is rising sharply, and the Australian venture is off to a good start.
15 September 2016Breedon Group non-executive director sheds more shares.
14 September 2016Latest IEA figures suggest imbalance will continue well into 2017
05 September 2016But with a growing population of pensioners looking to downsize, the underlying picture remains strong.
01 September 2016Solvency II has made valuing shareholder assets in the industry more difficult
01 September 2016Footfall across retail locations was down overall, but the trends are more nuanced than first thought
25 August 2016Commentators have been quick to say the latest figures are proof Britain isn't headed for a recession - but is that conclusion premature?
17 August 2016U+I has signed a deal that could deliver 300 new homes in North London.
17 August 2016Investors will want reassurance in the face of low interest rates
11 August 2016RBS has abandoned plans to float the retail bank as a standalone entity
08 August 2016Revenue is set to grow further as new sites come on stream
04 August 2016UK banks may have passed European and UK stress tests this year, but are risk scenarios rigorous enough?
29 July 2016The release of disappointing manufacturing and GDP data has convinced some that the UK is headed for a recession next year
28 July 2016Is the EU referendum vote proving to be as deleterious to corporate prospects as some pundits have suggested, or has it provided a ready pretext for...
20 July 2016Huge interest in the game has sent Nintendo's shares skyward, but it's speculation more than fact
14 July 2016As the pound weakens against the US dollar those companies without sufficient hedging mechanisms will have to offset the shortfall somewhere
08 July 2016Legal & General and JRP have reported rapidly increasing sales of lifetime mortgages
07 July 2016Open-ended investment companies are being caught up in the rush to exit commercial property
06 July 2016The shares have risen sharply in recent years, so crystalling some of those gains makes sense
06 July 2016Shares in MJ Gleeson have been dragged lower by general market malaise, but demand for low-cost homes is still strong.
06 July 2016The amount of cash companies have to pay dividends with has fallen to its lowest level since the depths of the crisis