U.K. Lenders Cut Soured Commercial Property Debt as Values JumpBy
U.K. lenders cut the value of defaulted commercial-property loans on their books by almost a third to about 15.7 billion pounds ($23.3 billion) in the six months through June, helped by rising property values.
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