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A US$6 trillion tidal wave of quantitative easing is coming, but it won’t buoy Hong Kong home prices – here’s why

  • Home prices are unlikely to grow at rates seen after the 2008 financial crisis because of the coronavirus and political tensions around Hong Kong’s autonomy
  • Introduction of Hibor-linked loans galvanised the market post 2008, but rates are already very low currently and are unlikely to support growth
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
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