More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North12 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago26 The Sovereign Mile, Sovereign Islands. Supplied.Among the properties is a palatial mansion at 26 The Sovereign Mile, Sovereign Islands. Inside the five-bedroom, three-bathroom home there is a resort-style feel with warm tones, sandstone features, timber panelling and timber shutters.Principal Ali Mian said there had been plenty of interest in the lead-up to the event.“We’ve already got three under contract and inquiry has been great,” he said.“We are hoping to sell a majority of them under the hammer.”The Summer Auction Blitz kicks off at 5.30pm in the horizon’s room of Main Beach’s Sheraton Mirage. 26 The Sovereign Mile, Sovereign Islands is going under the hammer on Tuesday night. Supplied.RAY White Runaway Bay Group is taking 17 properties to auction on Tuesday night for their Summer Auction Blitz.High-end mansions, entry-level apartments and townhouses from Sovereign Islands, Paradise Point and Runaway Bay will be offered to the market. 26 The Sovereign Mile, Sovereign Islands. Supplied.
The Gunners’ sixth successive league win left them just four points behind leaders Chelsea, who have two games in hand, but Wenger is adopting a one-game-at-a-time approach to the closing stages of the campaign. He said: “Look, Chelsea have a good security and at the moment, I feel they have enough cushion to be quite serene. “But we had an outstanding first half going forward and a very fluent game by creating chance after chance, and in the second half, we had just to show different qualities and hang on.” But Newcastle head coach John Carver, who had only one fit central defender for the game, was also able to take positives from a spirited fightback which he felt demonstrated the fact that his players have not started their summer holiday just yet. Carver said: “There certainly wasn’t anyone on the beach with their flip-flops on, that’s for sure. “After the comments last week, which were ridiculous, from ex-players – I’m surprised at that – every single one of them, and I include the lads who came on the pitch as second-half substitutes, gave everything for this football club. “It showed that they are not on their holidays yet.” That barb was aimed in the direction of Match of the Day pundit Phil Neville after his comments last Sunday night, although the former Manchester United and Everton man tweeted during the second half: “Newcastle been brilliant 2nd half so far!”. When informed, Carver said: “That’s nice, I didn’t realise that had happened.” Defeat, coupled with Crystal Palace’s 2-1 victory at Stoke, saw Alan Pardew’s Eagles leapfrog the Magpies into 11th place, although the former Magpies manager’s progress was of little concern to Carver. He said: “I’ve got to be honest, it is because of the situation we are in. Congratulations to Alan, but I am not worried about Crystal Palace. “The only thing that’s on my mind and the only thing I’m worried about is this football club and making sure everything I do is 100 per cent, everything the players do and give is 100 per cent, and that’s all I can ask for.” “We have Manchester City in front of us and behind us, it is tight as well – the only thing we can do is to win our games. “I think Chelsea have too much security. I just think at the moment we are not concluding, we are in a fight. You have seen the game today – in every game, we need to turn up and fight until the last minute to get the points. “That’s what we have to do, just go for the next game and win it. Look, the players want to do as well as they can. We know we have a fight first to be in the top four. We will go step by step, game by game.” Arsenal looked to be heading for a comfortable victory at St James’ Park when Olivier Giroud struck twice inside four first-half minutes to give them a commanding 2-0 lead at the break. But the Magpies, who were booed off at half-time, returned in determined mood and Moussa Sissoko reduced the deficit within three minutes of the restart. They then laid siege to the Gunners’ goal and but for fine reaction saves by David Ospina from Mike Williamson and Ayoze Perez, they might have emerged with something to show for their efforts. Wenger said: “We have played four games in two weeks and three away games at Manchester, in Monaco and here today and we have won all the three. “The last 40 minutes were difficult because our legs had gone a little bit and Newcastle played very well in the second half. Arsene Wenger refused to be drawn into a discussion of Arsenal’s Barclays Premier League title chances after seeing them hold out to claim a hard-fought victory at Newcastle. Press Association
With Leicester City not in action until Monday and Arsenal and Tottenham involved in the FA Cup, City can move up to third place with a win against Norwich at Carrow Road today in a 12:45 start.Despite having a crucial Champions League clash with Dynamo Kiev next Tuesday, City manager Manuel Pellegrini says that his focus is on today’s game.There are also two 3 o’clock games today in the Premier League as Bournemouth host Swansea and Southampton visit the Britannia to face Stoke. There’s another FA Cup quarter-final tie this evening.Last night, Crystal Palace became the first side to secure their progress to the last-eight after a 2-0 win over Reading.This evening, Everton and Chelsea will look to salvage their seasons as they go head-to-head at Goodison Park in a half-past-five start.
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September 6, 2012 472 Views Adverse selection is leading to rating downgrades for “”one of the strongest U.S. residential mortgage vintages,”” the pre-2005 vintage, according to “”Fitch Ratings””:http://www.fitchratings.com/web/en/dynamic/fitch-home.jsp. [IMAGE][COLUMN_BREAK]Residential mortgage-backed securities formed before 2005 “”have historically performed well,”” according to Fitch. In fact, more than 93 percent have already been repaid in full, and principal losses account for less than 1 percent of the $650 billion vintage. However, Fitch has placed several underperforming classes from the pre-2005 vintage on “”Rating Watch Negative.”” “”Many high-quality mortgage borrowers are refinancing to take advantage of record-low interest rates, leaving the remaining mortgage pools increasingly concentrated with borrowers unable to refinance,”” explained Grant Bailey, managing director at Fitch in a statement Thursday.The remaining bonds are at risk for negative ratings pressure. “”While additional negative rating actions are likely, pre-2005 senior classes are by and large expected to retain investment grade ratings and recover full principal,”” Bailey said. Agents & Brokers Credit Ratings Fitch Ratings Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2012-09-06 Krista Franks Brock Share Previously Strong Vintage Now Faltering: Fitch in Data, Origination, Servicing