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Homes at the Peak

8 May 2018 By Christopher Beddor

Interbank lending is getting pricier after a decade-long slump, as authorities defend the Hong Kong dollar. That implies costlier mortgages and slower growth in a frothy real estate market. This will be manageable for banks and developers, and welcome for renters and retailers.

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