Mortgage demand weakens

December 2001
Credit Management;Dec2001, p10
Trade Publication
Reports the decline in demand of gross mortgage lending by the Major British Banking Group in Great Britain. Component of the mortgage lending group; Decrease in approval of loans; Increase in consumer credits.


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