National Bank

Australian house prices rose 12.3% in the first quarter from the previous three months, the Austrian National Bank (ONB) said in a report released on Friday. It was 10% in the last quarter of last year and 9.5% in the last quarter.

VIENNA: Austria’s bank debt must be properly assessed to avoid potential risks to living conditions, the central bank said. The stability report was published on Monday

Australian house prices rose 12.3% in the first quarter from the previous three months, the Austrian National Bank (ONB) said in a report released on Friday. It was 10% in the last quarter of last year and 9.5% in the last quarter.

An annual financial stability report released Monday found credit unions at risk beyond the recommendations of the National Market Security Council, which includes the chief financial officer, central banks, and chief financial officers.

“Taxes that fall on more than half of new loans fall on less than 20 percent of total financing needs, and service loans make up more than 40 percent of borrowers. One-fifth of debt,”The Austrian National Bank said in a statement

“These enhancements need to be carefully considered to identify potential risks to local funding.”

Mortgages and mortgage rates have risen over the past 15 years as loans “grow faster” due to economic instability and housing demand. Stay strong, the central bank said. However, the good debt of the banks is not over, he said.

The central bank saw this instead of taking action, Deputy Governor Gottfried Haber said at a news conference, saying the title issue had not been resolved and the situation had not been resolved in a “stable” situation.

He said: “We think there is no serious housing problem” and added that it will take several months.

“No … there is no incentive to take immediate action to make changes or do something else, but we need to examine what is happening in the financial markets over time,” he said.

Translate »