Proceedings against businessman Sean Dunne over an alleged contempt of court order will be heard in the High Court in November.
French shares edged up on Monday with the benchmark Paris CAC 40 up 1.49 percent, or 74.37 points, to close at 5,081.51 points.
The amount of liquidity in the Korean market has surpassed W3 quadrillion for the first time ever, largely due to massive government pump-priming amid the coronavirus pandemic (US$1=W1,200).
Chinese stocks soared Monday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index up 5.71 percent to close at 3,332.88 points, the highest in two and a half years.
Home prices in 100 Chinese cities saw a slight increase in June, an industrial report showed.
In the Jewish settlement of Ariel, Perri Ben Senior can’t wait for Israel to annex this part of the occupied West Bank, hoping it will be a boon for her real estate firm.
To meet a binding goal of achieving net-zero climate-changing emissions by 2050, Britain needs to upgrade its 29 million homes to use less fossil-fuel energy, often through measures such as adding insulation or swapping to low-carbon heating.
Real estate investors are struggling to raise hundreds of millions in debt for office buildings. Here’s why this poses major problems for pending deals like the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco.
In Chicago, a group of buyers led by the New York City real estate investor Michael Shvo, has lingered in contract for months to purchase a large Chicago office building for $370 million.
The growing number of vacant office spaces in Moscow in the second quarter of 2020 was a natural reaction of the market to the introduction of a self-isolation regime.
Land Securities has become the first large UK company to outline plans to restart dividend payouts.