County Limerick: Seamus Sherlock Barricades Family in Farm for Christmas Following Repossession Order
Farmer’s home has been under threat of repossession since August, when the blockade was first put up.
Average cost of renting declines 0.4 percent in November as landlords try to fill vacant properties ahead of Christmas.
Government keen on preventing overheating of market as prices soar.
Increased competition among mortgage lenders and shrinking supply to drive prices.
House prices to go up 2 percent, while rents to rise about 4 percent.
Rate to be maintained till unemployment dips to 6.5% or lower.
Asian markets rise in the morning as traders wait for the conclusion of US Federal Reserve's policy meet.
US Treasury Department making public offer of 15.9% of AIG holding.
ONS data shows fuel and power only area of household spending to have gone up between 2006 and 2011.
We round-up the best five laptops of 2012, including laptops from Apple, Dell, Samsung and Lenovo.
Chancellor avoids paying back any gain from constituency home even though it was part-funded from public purse.
Rightmove's house price index suggests stability in UK property market despite recent recession.
Increase shows stabilisation of Chinese property market.
Companies to settle charges of misleading investors in residential mortgage-backed securities.
Report says £66bn invested in RBS and Lloyds may never be recovered, and taxpayers may lose £2bn from Northern Rock sale.
Every month commentators use headline figures to bash each other's head in, but they really need to look deeper at the UK economy data.
Housing demand seen rising with new buying enquiries up 18 percent in October.
Southern Italian probe into sovereign downgrade wants Fitch and S&P executives to take stand and answer charges of manipulation and information abuse.
Judge Lucy Koh will consider questions raised by Samsung that ask if Apple's jury foreman Vel Hogan concealed information during the $1bn patent lawsuit.
Prime Minister David Cameron has been testing an iPad app that helps him keep up to date with social networks, employment statistics and public reaction.
Australian court ruling on complex derivative rating could have major impact on ratings agencies around the world
Mortgage approvals rise but house price recovery could be uneven as sales accelerate into year-end.
National Australia Bank-owned Yorkshire Bank and Clydesdale Bank launch probe into Tailored Business Loan in voluntary agreement with FSA.
Emails seen by IBTimes UK show that 11 law firms are looking to coordinate on strategy when taking banks to court for allegedly mis-selling swaps
The UK regulator fines the bank £4.2m for failures that effected a quarter of a million customers
Global Wealth Report projects world household wealth to grow 50 percent to reach $330tn (£206tn) in 2017.
First deal under new CEO Antony Jenkins marks start of journey back to high street banking.
IB Times looks back on a string of e-mail disasters which have shone a light on endemic malpractice within the banking sector.
Robust labour market and limited supply preventing sharper decline
Hometrack's research shows weakening demand but tight supply helps underpin house prices from a sharper decline