Britain acts against housing bubble threat

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June 26, 2014

The Associated Press reports that experts are concerned about the United Kingdom’s overinflated housing market, possibly fueled by debt. To avoid a bubble pop, the Bank of England announced measures to tighten credit and cool off the sector, a move of global interest that may show how much a major bank can keep a specific sector from overheating.
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