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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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Danish mortgage rates at record lows due to strong global appetite

COPENHAGEN, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Interest rates in Denmark’s mortgage bond market, one of Europe’s largest, are hovering around their lowest ever levels due to strong international appetite for the top-rated bonds.

The country’s largest mortgage lender Nykredit on Friday began issuing 30-year mortgage loans with a fixed rate of just 1.5 percent, revisiting a 2015 record-low.

“The low risk of these triple-A rated papers combined with interest rates of 1.5 to 2.0 percent is attractive in international comparison,” chief analyst Jeppe Borre of Totalkredit, a unit of Nykredit, said.

“Therefore we’ve seen foreigners increase their share of ownership in these bonds significantly”.

Most European bonds have rallied over the past month after the European Central Bank extended asset purchases until September 2018 and left it open-ended beyond that.

How will the Royal Commission affect interest rates?

The Honourable Kenneth Hayne, a former High Court Judge, has been named Royal Commissioner by the Turnbull government. Hayne will lead the year-long, wide-ranging probe into the Australian finance industry .

According to a joint statement made by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Attorney-General George Brandis, and Treasurer Scott Morrison, Hayne’s “wealth of experience at the highest levels of Australia's judiciary makes him the ideal person to conduct this Royal Commission.”

The Royal Commission will investigate the conduct of banks, insurers, financial services providers, and superannuation funds (excluding self-managed superannuation funds).

Turnbull’s decision to greenlight the inquiry came after a series of scandals – including allegations of mortgage fraud , dodgy financial advice, and life insurance improprieties – ignited public anger and prompted all levels of government to ask Canberra to take action.

Will the Royal Commission push interest rates up?

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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