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Tuesday | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Brandywine Realty Trust is a self-administered, self-managed and fully integrated Real Estate Investment Trust active in acquiring, developing, redeveloping, leasing and managing suburban office and industrial properties. The company's portfolio includes approximately 151 office properties and 28 industrial facilities. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 29 | via NewsOK.com
A state lawsuit filed earlier this month against automaker Volkswagen AG over deceptive advertising and diesel car sales won't be affected by a $15.3 billion settlement announced by federal agencies, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt said. Pruitt filed a lawsuit June 15 against the German automaker in Oklahoma County district court, alleging it misled consumers over the attributes of its "clean diesel" line of engines. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 28 | via NewsOK.com
Oklahomans are spending less and saving more as low oil prices and a struggling state economy continue to weigh on consumer habits, according to a survey released Tuesday. The Arvest Consumer Sentiment Survey found that Oklahomans said they increased their savings rate to 15.1 percent in March, up from 13.9 percent in September 2015. Comment?
Jun 24, 2016 | via NewsOK.com
Uncertainty abounds surrounding Brexit, but one thing seems sure for U.S. housing: It will get a boost in even lower mortgage rates, to Oklahoma City homebuyers' benefit. Investor flight from roiling stocks to stable U.S. Treasuries drives T-bill prices up, which pushes yields down. Comment?
Jun 9, 2016 | via NewsOK.com
It turns out that a new mortgage rule intended to make it easier for people with deferred student loans to buy a home has both good and bad points. Yes, people with deferred student loans have it easier, but those paying less than a fully amortizing loan have it harder, said Davies, branch manager of Fairway Independent Mortgage Co. Comment?
5 min ago | via Worthing Herald
The price of a home will be about 40,000 higher in five years' time, even though prices are expected to slow in the wake of the Brexit vote. The Centre for Economics and Business Research said house prices will rise by 5.7 per cent this year, but growth will fall to 2.2 per cent next year. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Wichita Eagle
It's not uncommon to worry about money. More than 60 percent of people polled for the Marketplace-Edison Economic Anxiety Index reported being anxious about their finances either sometimes or frequently, and 32 percent said personal finances caused them to lose sleep, up from 28 percent in September 2015. Comment?
8 min ago | via Reuters
Credit demand from Norwegian households unexpectedly rose in the second quarter of this year, a survey from the country's central bank showed on Thursday. "Overall household credit demand rose somewhat in Q2, while broadly unchanged demand had been expected," the central bank said in the survey, which comprises the nine largest banks operating in Norway. Comment?
13 min ago | via Basingstoke Gazette
Lloyds Banking Group is cutting 3,000 jobs and shutting 200 branches as the lender braces for a cut in interest rates following Britain's decision to quit the European Union. The part state-backed bank said a cost-cutting programme announced in 2014 will be extended and the "expected lower for longer interest rate environment" will see the new cuts come into effect by the end of 2017. Comment?
15 min ago | via Business World
AIB announced this morning 1bn profit before tax for the first half of 2016. Profit was driven by a strong business performance, net credit provision writebacks of 211m and one-off benefits including the Visa Europe transaction. Comment?
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