Figures released today
The state of the current market
London particularly vulnerable
Increase comes in from April 2016
Michael Arends – The Boston Company Asset Management, a BNY Mellon company
By BNY Mellon IM EMEA
Why are financial perceptions so different from reality?
Central bankers are to confirm later today whether they will act on growing concerns about the housing market.
Investors' misplaced belief that US stocks are overvalued has made it the "most unloved bull market" in 40 years, veteran US fund manager Ed Cowart has said.
Measures to increase confidence in the UK housing market could herald a new house price bubble, economists have warned.
Panic about house prices, asset bubbles and China caught our readers' attention this year, with the views of leading hedgies and controversial industry figures featuring in our list of the 20 most read stories of 2012.
Residential property fund manager Hearthstone Investments has been given a fresh £15m cash injection from Bovis, the FTSE 250-listed group.
The financial crisis and collapse in US house prices has left the average household in the States 40% less well-off, a Federal Reserve study has said.
Britain faces a wave of home repossessions when interest rates begin to rise again, one of the country's leading bankers has warned.
Robert Shiller, architect of the famous Shiller P/E ratio and co-developer of the Standard and Poor's S&P/Case-Shiller home price index, says there is a 50% likelihood of a US double dip.
The Dow Jones is higher this morning on improving house price data and a rebound in consumer confidence.
UK inflation dropped below the Bank of England's target of 2% in June for the first time in almost two years, official statistics show.