National Bank of Denmark governor highlights housing concerns


Over the last year, Danish households have become more optimistic about the housing market, and more people expect prices to rise, National Bank of Denmark governor Lars Rohde said in a recent speech.

Rohde added, however, that the recovery is unevenly distributed across the country, with prices in Copenhagen have risen by more than 10%. This should prompt people to ask, in light of the recent overheating of the Danish housing market, "whether things are moving a bit too fast" in the capital, he

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