London, New York and Hong Kong are No Longer Immune to Global Housing Downturn
Estate agents’ boards advertising homes to let stand on a row of residential houses in Stoke-on-Trent, U.K. (Photographer: Jason Alden/Bloomberg)

London, New York and Hong Kong are No Longer Immune to Global Housing Downturn

(Bloomberg) -- In the years since the financial crisis, global cities like London, Hong Kong and New York appeared to defy housing-market cycles, thanks to a concentration of financial jobs and the...
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