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  1. Mortgage lending by postcode: updated data published today

    Mortgage lending by postcode: updated data published today

    11 Jul 14 | Major mortgage lenders today publish updated figures for their total outstanding residential mortgage lending broken down by around 9,000 postcode sectors across Great Britain at the end of December 2013.
  2. MMR impact on lending appears subtle, rather than dramatic, says CML

    10 Jul 14 | New CML data released today on the profile of UK lending in May 2014, showed growth in house ...
  3. CML comments on today's Bank of England announcements

    26 Jun 14 | CML director general Paul Smee comments on new affordability stress tests as announced today by the ...

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  1. CML news and views issue no. 12/2014
    01 Jul 14 | Guest editor - and CML chairman - Stephen Noakes assesses the impact of the mortgage market review, ...
  2. Market commentary June 2014
    19 Jun 14 | Expectations of higher base rates have intensified, following Dr Mark Carney’s Mansion House ...
  3. CML response to SRA consulation: Changes to reporting accounting requirements
    PDF 492Kb | 18 Jun 14 | The CML has responded to the SRA’s consultation on changes to reporting accounting requirements. We ...
  1. 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 ...
  2. 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 ...
  3. Low-cost home ownership: Factsheets on shared ownership & shared equity schemes
    06 May 14 | We have provided two factsheets to explain and illustrate key differences between the shared ...

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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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