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Commercial property a key risk for banks

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commercial property markets
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t "is looking ugly
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valuations falling sharply
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"was facing challenging conditions due to weak consumer spending and heightened competition
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n office markets - which had been strong - are set to deteriorate
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r investors with high debt levels.
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t could be difficult to finalise sales at a profitable price
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developers ho
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a key risk for lenders."
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nd 6 per cent o
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are particularly active in lending for the construction of commercial property, including apartments.
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e retail trade, food and accommodation services, agricultural and construction sectors."
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one-quarter of businesses typically do not have enough liquid assets to cover one month of expenses (including wages) and closer to half could not pay for three months of expenses
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in the annual business exit rat
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nd 8 per cent to 9.5 per cent."
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ra 35,000 businesses eithe
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