Chancellor's Budget reveals £2.5bn cuts from departmental spending to boost infrastructure investment.
A mansion tax, reintroducing 10p tax rate, homebuilding among Labour's policy announcements ahead of George Osborne's key budget.
New home prices in 62 of 70 Chinese cities increase as government seeks to cool the sector.
Analysts say deficit reduction still Chancellor George Osborne's main aim ahead of 2013 Budget.
Increased availability of mortgages have triggered more home purchases recently.
Treasury minister Greg Clark confirms that Jim McGovern MP's constituent's TBL included in review despite previous bar.
Bank shifts 20 percent of wealth management business in trim of non-core operations.
The UK home sales are yet to reach levels seen before the financial crisis, says Rics
Only major UK bank not part of the governments Funding for Lending Scheme boosts SME lending pot
CBI expects the Budget on 20 March to be fiscally neutral and the economy to grow at a rate of 0.3 percent in first-quarter of 2013.
Taiwanese company Hon Hai will not be completing its £530m investment for 9.9 percent in Japanese TV manufacturer Sharp.
Esure is set to enter FTSE 250 index with a flotation price in the range between 240p to 310p per share.
As critics round on Bank of England Funding for Lending Scheme, research suggests limited appetite for credit.
Halifax survey records positive February data for the housing sector, indicating signs of recovery.
Sale nets $3.2bn in cash for loss-making subsidiary of HSBC as asset sales under CEO Stuart Gulliver continue
UK net lending falls £1.5bn in the first six months of the key monetary policy tool, putting new investor focus on the Bank of England's Thursday interest rate move.
The UK property market conditions are boosted by higher house prices in London and Southern England , says Hometrack.
Older half-brother will be independent candidate in Kenya's nationwide governor polls.
Bank of England data also shows mortgage approvals dropping to below the monthly average in January.
Housing sector experiencing gradual recovery helped by improvement in job market.
State-controlled lender earmarks £3.75bn to repay customers mis-sold payment protection insurance.
Office for National Statistics leaves original GDP estimate unchanged as UK remains likely to avoid triple-dip recession.
Homebuilder Barratt reports strong first half results as its performance is boosted by mortgage-market simulation from government and Bank of England.
Group planning to reduce thousands in headcount across consumer and community banking and mortgage banking sections.
Dodson is suing the environment agency after otters ate his entire stock worth £250,000.
Bad weather hits borrowing at British banks, according to BBA figures for Janaury.
8 million Britons have no savings at all, claims new report.
When the US and France lost their AAA ratings in 2011, instead of borrowing costs rising, they actually fell. Could that happen in the UK?
Chinese government plan to extend its pilot property-tax programme to more cities to curb rocketing home prices.
HSBC increased lending in 2012 despite being only major bank to reject credit easing scheme.