Chinese property market should shrug off equity price falls

When equity prices collapsed in 2007, property prices and sales also collapsed. This precedent has led to concerns that the latest stock market rout may spark a sharp fall in property demand. These fears seem overplayed given households’ limited exposure to equities and the fact that, in contrast to 2007 when interest rates were rising, monetary policy is still being loosened.


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