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May Gurney cost halves Kier profit
Contractor hit with £22m of integration and acquisition costs, which brings down its half-year profit to £6.3m. - Posted 28/02/2014

Lloyds outstrips other big banks in UK's mortgage lending boom
Lloyds is the driving force behind Britain’s mortgage boom, financing the recovery in house buying activity, the big four banks’ 2013 financial reports reveal.
City A.M. - Posted 28/02/2014

Profits surge at Redrow and Barratt
Housebuilders Redrow and Barratt have posted a surge in first-half profits after ramping up construction on the back of an improving economy and the government's Help to Buy scheme.
The Guardian - Posted 28/02/2014

Money talks: Payday loans, first-time buyers and tenants
There's been a huge jump in the number of people seeking advice for problems with payday loans, according to the charity StepChange. It helped clients struggling under the weight of £110m worth of this kind of debt in 2013, up from £60m the previous year.
The Guardian - Posted 28/02/2014

Our economy's getting bigger, but not better
Self-congratulation over Britain’s growth figures masks a crippling productivity problem.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 28/02/2014

Sixty Icon Bank of England identifies need to shelter homeowners from interest spike
Base rates are set to remain lower than the long run average to ensure that mortgage rates remain affordable.
The Guardian - Posted 28/02/2014

Sixty Icon Builders Barratt and Redrow profits more than double
Profits at the house builders Barratt Developments and Redrow have more than doubled, fuelled by rising house prices.
BBC - Posted 28/02/2014

Tax and Benefit Reforms Threaten Inflation-Busting Minimum Wage Hike
Britain's business secretary Vince Cable's big reveal that the Low Pay Commission has suggested a rise in the national minimum wage by 19p from £6.31 to £6.50 is not to be sniffed at.
International Business Times - Posted 28/02/2014

Sixty Icon Real earnings have fallen back to their 2002 levels
Real incomes have fallen once again, ONS figures show.
BBC - Posted 28/02/2014

HCA mulls consent in Assettrust homes deal
A housing association has applied to the English social housing regulator for permission to raise finance against properties it wants to buy from a sister company which is in administration.
Inside Housing - Posted 28/02/2014

Sixty Icon SORP point
A four-letter word is currently on the lips of every housing finance chief, writes Pete Apps.
Inside Housing - Posted 28/02/2014

Customer Experience in the Private Rented Sector
Michela Hancock of Bozzuto brought a US perspective to the panel highlighting the base level services which are commonplace in North America and which should be firmly embedded into our own Private Rented Sector (PRS) – as well as the opportunities that PRS owners and operators can create through enhanced services.
PRS Update - Posted 27/02/2014

Debt charity reports big rise in payday loan problems
A leading debt advice charity says it has seen a big rise in the number of clients with payday loan problems.
BBC - Posted 27/02/2014

Bumper year for Britain's building societies as mutuals boost mortgage lending and fed-up bank customers go local
A raft of the 45 building societies up and down the country have announced their 2013 results this week and the statements largely portray the sector as being in rude health.
Mail Online - Posted 27/02/2014

Bank policymakers move to calm fears over interest rate rise as official UK economic growth estimate is left unchanged at 0.7%
Official estimate of fourth quarter growth confirmed
Mail Online - Posted 27/02/2014

Minimum wage rise of 19p an hour a 'slap in the face for low paid workers'
The "pitiful increase" takes the payment to just £6.50 an hour for adults.
Mirror co uk - Posted 27/02/2014

Housing recovery boosts profit at builders merchant Travis Perkins
Travis Perkins enjoyed a 12.4 per cent rise in profits last year as the recovery in the housing market helped boost building activity in the UK.
City A.M. - Posted 27/02/2014

Disastrous impact of payday loans laid bare with 82 per cent increase in people seeking help in just one year
The disastrous impact that payday loans can have has been underlined by new figures from a debt charity that show an 82 per cent increase in the number of people seeking help.
The Independent - Posted 27/02/2014

Fears of rate rise 'disaster' are over-egged
Yes rising interest rates will add to mortgage costs – but it shouldn't push vast numbers into financial disaster, writes Dan Hyde.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 27/02/2014

Borrowers warned of £600 'drastic scenario' mortgage repayments rise in 2015
The Centre for Economic and Business Research said a rate of 1.75pc by December 2015 would push up annual costs by £576.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 27/02/2014

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