European banking giant UBS yesterday posted a shocking fourth quarter loss of US$13.7 billion ($15.2 billion).
The unemployment rate fell to a 33-year low in January of 4.1 per cent.
A meeting chaired by Attorney-General assistant Richard Glenn will take place in Canberra today to discuss the push for a national electronic conveyancing system.
The non-bank sector took a blow this week after ABS figures revealed its market share decreased during December.
An overwhelming number of retirees do not understand equity release products, the SEQUAL-RFI Reverse Mortgage Study released yesterday has found.
The New Zealand government yesterday announced action plans to make housing more affordable for more the nation’s families.
The demand for staff across the banking and finance sector is on the decline, the Olivier Job Index for January revealed today.
The US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson announced overnight an urgent plan to assist struggling US homeowners who are at immediate risk of losing their homes.
Wholesale funding costs are likely to remain above levels experienced in 2007, the Commonwealth Bank (CBA) said today.
Housing affordability for first home buyers in NSW improved slightly during the last quarter of 2007.
Consolidation has been tipped once again as the future for mortgage lenders The Advertiser reported today.
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