Leveraged loans are ringing alarm bells for regulators who fear a repeat of 2008’s mortgage disaster
Ten years after Lehman Brothers collapsed, high-octane products like those which led to the destruction of the American banking giant are making a comeback.
The industry is terrified of using those words, but the fact is people bankrupt just a year ago can now get a mortgage
Across London, social housing is being demolished to build luxury towers for global investors. Only eight years since the financial crash, Anna Minton marvels at how, once again, we’ve let the property market spiral out of control
Fears are mounting as real estate industry isn’t known for level-headed behavior at the best of times, and across the US, this isn’t the best of times
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