Hong Kong’s drawndown mortgage loans in June rise 13.4 pct m/m

July 31 (Reuters) – New mortgage loans drawn down in Hong Kong totalled HK$32 billion ($4.10 billion) in June, up 13.4 percent from a month earlier, Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) data showed on Monday. Following is the breakdown of data from the …
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