Global Economics

Global Economics Focus

8 August, 2018

Where are the risks from property greatest?

In this follow-up to our recent Global Economics Focus “Why is property so often the source of trouble?” we assess where in the world the biggest risks to property prices lie. House price falls in a number of places look imminent. And there are several other countries where property markets are so toppy that it would not take much of a shock, for example from higher interest rates, to tip them over the edge.

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