Danish Mortgages IMF Condemns as Risky Should Stay, Rohde Says

Danish Mortgages IMF Condemns as Risky Should Stay, Rohde Says

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A helicopter flies over residential homes and apartments in the Nyhavn district of central Copenhagen. Denmark’s house prices have lost more than 20 percent since the nation’s property bubble burst in 2008, eroding equity and leaving fewer borrowers eligible to roll over their debt into new interest-only mortgages.