Analysis, Capital, Regulation & Supervision

Canadian and Australian regulators square up to housing markets risks

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Epic housing bubbles are threatening financial stability in high-income countries as the end of the cheap money era bites. Residential mortgages dominate banks’ balance sheets from Canada to Australia to Sweden — and indebted households struggling with repayments are making regulators and economists nervous.  Joseph E Barbuto, director of research ...

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