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RPT-Fitch: House Price Affordability Strained in Major Global Cities
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/21/fitch-house-price-affordability-strained-idUSFit68329220140121
RPT-Fitch: House Price Affordability Strained in Major Global Cities Fitch Ratings says in its latest annual Global Housing and Mortgage Outlook report that while relatively high house price to income ratios in major global cities (such as London, New York, San Francisco and Tokyo) versus national averages can partly be 

Bernard Hickey: Predictions need a pinch of salt
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11192079
Those who fixed mortgages in 2009 will be particularly sceptical. Inflation is actually still very subdued. Some think a Chinese financial meltdown or another European crisis could derail the global recovery, and there remain plenty of doubts about how

Ally CEO Sees IPO Road Show in the First Half of This Year
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-01-25/ally-ceo-sees-ipo-road-show-in-the-first-half-of-this-year-1-.html
Burdened by shoddy subprime mortgages, Ally had begun reporting losses in 2007 that reached $10.3 billion in 2009. With the firm on the brink of failure, the U.S. engineered a rescue to ensure money kept flowing to the auto industry and preserve jobs.

To lock or not to lock? That is the question for new home buyers as interest ...
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INTEREST rates on fixed mortgages have hovered at record lows but history shows it's an each-way bet to getting ahead if you lock in loan. Analysis of fixed rates over the past 20 years by financial ratings firm Canstar found it is 50-50 when it comes

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Retail apocalypse mortgage bonds market

Weakness in the gauge implies that investors are wagering on closures and bankruptcies — events that would hurt holders of commercial mortgage-backed securities.

"While we may think our kids won’t be shopping at brick-and-mortar stores, it takes a while for that to happen," Mark Connors, global head of portfolio and risk advisory at Credit Suisse, said in a phone interview. "And in the interim, the prices will move around. It takes a long time to kill these things, and it's usually a wild ride."

In this instance, Connors thinks that the recovery in the CMBX index stemmed from the measure declining too far, too fast, before undergoing a mean reversion of sorts. He sees this cycle as likely to repeat multiple times as retailers try to stave off bankruptcy.

While the CMBX index of BB-rated securities tracks the most vulnerable mortgages, provider IHS Markit also offers indexes for four other tranches of more creditworthy bonds. The gauge of securities with a BBB- rating has also seen a moderate recovery in recent weeks.

Household Debt Makes a Comeback in the U.S. - The New York Times

The fear is that ballooning debt from student loans — and from auto loans and credit cards — could put many Americans back into a hole, prompting a new wave of defaults, much like the one that accompanied the mortgage meltdown a decade ago.

“This is not a marker we should be superexcited to get back to,” said Heather Boushey, the executive director and chief economist at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, a liberal think tank. “In the abstract, more debt signals optimism. But in reality, families are using debt as a mechanism to pay for things their incomes don’t support.”

Since World War II, total household debt had been increasing, with only a few interruptions. The financial crisis changed that steady upward march.

Is China immuned from the global subprime mortgage crisis?

This is for a discussion question at school.

Do you think the economy of China will be "immuned" from the global subprime mortgage crisis?


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