Penalizing the real estate market through an increase in interest rates in 2013?  14/01/2013

We have seen that the fall in interest rates for real estate loans as well as their increase in duration could explain between 20% and 30% of the rise in prices since they increased households’ buying power by about 50%. Of course, the opposite also applies: a rise in interest rates and a fall in loan duration reduce their purchasing power. Unfortunately, everything indicates an increase in the cost of short-term credit (beginning 2013) as we now analyze...

Read
Anticipolis

GEAB N°88 - Contents

- Published on October 15, 2014 -

Global systemic crisis–2015: The world is defecting to the East

. Middle East: US strategic impotence revealed
Read public announcement

. Europe, Brazil, Japan: Survival reflexes are pushing the world out of the US influence
Subscribe

. Europe, Russia - Setting up a Chinese-style Marshall plan
Subscribe

Euroland 2015 –The unbearable lightness of European taxation

. The challenge of financing public authorities
Subscribe

. Add a new floor to the fiscal structure, why not?
Subscribe

. Principles of a trans-European taxation system
Subscribe

. A question of democracy as well
Subscribe

. Europe, last floor before a worldwide system of collection
Subscribe

. The inadequacy of a taxation system with the nation-state at the apex
Subscribe

The world afterwards: towards a BRICS gold-backed multicurrency

. The remains of Bretton Woods
Subscribe

. The US and Europe out of the game
Subscribe

. Gold’s return
Subscribe

. The BRICS currency project
Subscribe

Investissements, tendances et recommendations

. Currencies: on the move again !
Subscribe

. Gold: return to reality
Subscribe

. Oil and the petrodollar: the risks are becoming clear
Subscribe

GLOBALEUROMETER

. Results and roundup remarks
Subscribe