Sunday, 21 December 2008

Market round-up: Wall St scandal hits - This is Money



Weekly stock market report: The Madoff scandal rocked financials this week just in time for the new look FTSE 100 line-up. Investing correspondent Philip Scott rounds up the stock ...
Source: www.thisismoney.co.uk

Government offers to pay first-time buyers deposits - MyFinances.co.uk
Using Mortgage Finder to find the best mortgage and remortgage deals could save you thousands of pounds. Find the right cheap mortgage or cheapest remortgage. First-time buyers ...
Source: www.myfinances.co.uk

Protestors vow to fight on in Winchester homes battle - This is Southampton
THE CONTROVERSIAL building of thousands of new homes in the Hampshire countryside has moved a step closer. A plan that paves the way for 2,000 new homes to be built on the edge of ...
Source: www.dailyecho.co.uk

Four Predictions For 2009 (The Motley Fool)
Thankfully, 2008 is almost over. We make our stock market, recession, house price and interest rate predictions for 2009. It’s not pretty, but there is hope.
Source: rss.feedsportal.com

Ex-Anglo boss also had €7m in loans from EBS - Independent
FORMER chairman of Anglo Irish banks Sean FitzPatrick was not merely in debt to his own bank for €87m -- but had also negotiated a separate loan of around €7m with the EBS ...
Source: www.independent.ie

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