The money mill that undergirds many of China's aggressive assets buying in Hong Kong may be coming to a temporary halt, the SCMP reports.
Nick Smith-Saville, head of European research at Mergermarket Group, speaks about how the U.K.'s issuing of government bonds will change with Brexit.
Gianluca Corradi, head of UK banking practice at Simon-Kucher & Partners, says that UniCredit's strategic planning involves "no fancy finance."
SAO PAULO, Jan 26- Brazil's top monetary policy body approved on Thursday restrictions to revolving credit lines offered by credit card companies, in a long-expected move aimed at reducing interest rates for consumers. The National Monetary Council said consumers could only use for one month the high-cost revolving credit lines that automatically finance...
SAO PAULO, Jan 26- Brazil's top monetary policy body approved on Thursday restrictions to revolving credit lines offered by credit card companies, in a long expected move aimed at reducing interest rates for consumers. The National Monetary Council, known as CMN, said consumers could only use for one month the high cost revolving credit lines that...
Here's why it makes sense to pay off your mortgage before you retire.
The company, which was taken private by Apollo Global Management LLC for about $3.1 billion in 2007, had sought to raise $100 million when it filed for its IPO in May 2013. The Hoffman Estates, Illinois- based company missed a $77 million interest payment in September and received a waiver under its U.S. credit agreement amid debt exchange talks with a lender,...
A new survey says undergraduate students may be borrowing about $12,000 more than they need to finish their education.
Total mortgage application volume rose 2.5-percent, seasonally adjusted, last week.
With banks raising prime rates following the Fed's rate hike, CNBC's Wilfred Frost discusses what this means for banks and savers.
CNBC's Kelly Evans speaks to Bob Diamond, Atlas Merchant Capital CEO, former Barclays CEO, discusses the election and the current state of financials.
Vernon Hill, chairman at Metro Bank, discusses the positive response to his organization in the U.K.
Discussing possible implications of privatizing government-sponsored enterprises like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, with Karen Petrou, Federal Financial Analytics, and Mark Hanson, M. Hanson Advisors.
Singapore's property investors got a yellow card from the city-state's central bank in its annual financial stability review.
A new report finds the average age of a vehicle in the US has reached an all-time high of almost 12 years.
CARACAS, Nov 17- Venezuela said it would tap $2.2 billion from a Chinese credit line to boost oil output at joint ventures with China National Petroleum Corp, in a boost for the South American country's struggling oil industry and a show of unity with a key ally. Funds will come from an up to $9 billion credit line with China, Maduro said after a meeting with CNPC in...
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the rise of mortgage rates. James Paulsen, Wells Capital Management chief investment strategist, weighs in.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on how the big sell-off in the bond market following Trump's victory is impacting mortgage rates.
HOUSTON, Nov 10- Energy Transfer Partners on Thursday said an easement from the Army Corps of Engineers to drill under Lake Oahe will unlock an additional $1.4 billion in financing for its Dakota Access Pipeline. The company has already drawn $1.1 billion from its $2.5 billion credit facility but needs the easement, a right to use the property without...
Jason Yetton, CEO of SocietyOne, explains how his firm reduces risk when investors are connected with borrowers.