Rising private debt, high property prices leave Hong Kong banks with negative Moody’s outlook

Mortgages now make up 51 per cent of property values on average in Hong Kong, reduced from 64 per cent in 2009 after eight rounds of tightening measures by the government. Meanwhile, the latest Citibank survey shows that 13 per cent of Hongkongers now …
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