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Stockholm Housing Slump Set to Deepen, State Mortgage Bank Warns
14 that while home prices plunged last month, “November is history and recent statistics are rather encouraging.” According to Nordea, prices have leveled out since mid-November and up until the first week of December, with averages per square meter ...

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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week
TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Bombardier-Boeing battle: The bitter dispute between Bombardier and Boeing will enter a critical phase Monday, when the two aerospace rivals appear before the U.S ...

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Home prices in Canada are falling, and some homeowners could be in serious trouble
Business Insider
How exposed are over-indebted household to rising interest rates? Household debt in Canada rose to a new record of C$2.11 trillion in the third quarter 2017, up 5.2% from a year ago and up 10.7% from two years ago, Statistics Canada said on Thursday in ...

Irish Times

UK's Brexit bill, mortgage caps, economic warnings and online shopping stats
Irish Times
Britain and the EU have reached agreement on the divorce bill, with London expected to pay more than €50 billion. While the final sum will only be agreed at the end of negotiations, it means the focus moves squarely onto the future of the Irish Border ...


How will the housing boom in Australia end?
In a commentary on the Guardian, industry expert Greg Jericho said the question now is not how much lower prices can go but, how suddenly the boom will end. Looking at the quarterly and annual growth figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics ...


Weekly mortgage applications fall 2.3% as rates rise - CNBC.com
Total mortgage application volume fell 2.3 percent last week, weighed down by fewer applications to refinance.

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Business Insider Australia

Fewer Australians are falling behind on their mortgage repayments
Business Insider Australia
According to recent date released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), the number of Australians in employment jumped by 61,600 in November, taking the increase on year earlier to 383,300, the second-fastest annual growth on record. Over the ...

National Mortgage News

Nonbank mortgage employment continues to slide
National Mortgage News
Nonbank mortgage employment continued to drop in October, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Nondepository mortgage lenders and brokers cut 1,500 workers from their payrolls in October, bringing total employment in the sector to 340,600 from ...


Revealed: Crash hurt mortgage holders far more than previously thought
This means adding underpayments that have built up to the total amount of mortgage debt due and paying off the loan over a longer period. A research paper by economist Fergal McCann states: "Relative to the 120,398 that are classified as being ...

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