Hong Kong, Singapore Popping Housing Bubbles

July 30 (Bloomberg) -- Prompted by concerns over potential property bubbles and affordability for the middle class, the governments of Hong Kong and Singapore have been reining in home prices by imposing measures including mortgage caps, taxes on property flippers and levies on foreign buyers as high as 15 percent. Rosalind Chin reports on "On The Move Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
Greece’s Cash Squeeze as IMF Payment Is Due
50:42 - Barclays Chief Euro Area Economist Antonio Garcia Pascual discusses Greece’s ongoing negotiations with its creditors, and the fiscal and funding gap the country faces. He speaks with Guy Johnson on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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