Italian banks' bad debts up to 200 bn

Housing starts up 92%, mortgage rates down to post-2010 low

(ANSA) - Rome, November 17 - The bad debts held by Italian banks were up two billion to around 200 billion euros in October, the Italian Banking Association said Tuesday.
    Loans were slightly down again in October, by 0.3%.
    Housing starts were up 92% in the first nine months of the year.
    New-mortgage rates were down to a post-2010 low of 2.61%.
   

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