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  1. Survey sheds new light on how borrowers will cope with higher rates

    Survey sheds new light on how borrowers will cope with higher rates

    22 Oct 14 | Data published today by the CML and YouGov sheds new light on how borrowers see their financial situation changing in the years ahead and how they would cope with higher borrowing costs.
  2. Gross mortgage lending steady in September

    20 Oct 14 | The Council of Mortgage Lenders estimates that gross mortgage lending reached £17.8 billion in ...
  3. Mortgage lending by postcode: updated data published today

    10 Oct 14 | Major mortgage lenders today publish updated figures for their total outstanding residential ...

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  1. CML news and views issue no. 20/2014
    22 Oct 14 | Today's survey by YouGov sheds light on how borrowers would cope with higher loan costs. We also ...
  2. CML Response to Consultation by Registers of Scotland on Completion of the Land Register
    PDF 511Kb | 20 Oct 14 | We have responded to the consultation by the Registers of Scotland on the proposal to complete the ...
  3. Market commentary Oct 2014
    20 Oct 14 | Expectations of UK base rates have been moving lower and later, amid developing gloom about growth ...
 
  1. Land Registration (Scotland) Act 2012
    17 Oct 14 | The Land Registration (Scotland ) Act 2012 reforms and restates the law on the registration of ...
  2. EU Directive on responsible lending and borrowing (now called the Directive on credit agreements relating to residential property)
    26 Jun 14 | Provides an update on the EU Directive on responsible lending and borrowing - called credit ...
  3. FCA regulation publications: summary and CML actions
    07 May 14 | This page summarises the publications issued by the FSA/FCA since September 2012 and sets out the ...
 

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The macro-pru toolbox - for stability, not housing policy

Posted by Paul Smee on 26 June 2014

So, the historic moment has been reached. Macro-prudential tools are now being used to influence the mortgage market, and hence financial stability, the wider economy and - or so it feels - life, the Universe and Everyt...Read More

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