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Thomas Hale writes for FT Alphaville. He previously covered capital markets, and worked as a reporter in Madrid.
Before joining the FT he lived and worked in China for two years.
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The country’s property sector is an outlier across Europe.
A student housing scheme we reported on in June is now impacting the students.
Prices of private school retail bonds have dipped over recent months.
Its wealth management arm mangles the data.
Redbridge Council issues bond at negative real yields to fund purchases of housing stock.
German minister softens opposition to eurozone-wide deposit insurance, but Italy will worry about impact on banks and its own books
Noncompete agreements also common among those with little education.
Fitch points out an intriguing development in the market.
Apple edges into public policy.
Where is the money going?
How might the popular policy spill over into other markets?
Three retail property deals have defaulted since the start of 2018.
The legislative and regulatory proposals are adding up.
Another strange thing is happening.
Placing a rise in borrowing in context.
Barclays has a few suggestions.
Which European countries benefit most from tiering?
An attempt to analyse the price of a prestigious education.
The lender failed to issue a bond yesterday.
Banking is undergoing a rapid electronification.
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An explosion in student numbers triggered a property boom in some post-industrial cities but the market is suffering from oversupply
Two of them, in fact.
An application of AI that isn’t primarily about marketing.