Denmark faces an election for the Parliament before the end of June under the constitution, but the Prime Minister has not yet decided the day for the election. My conviction is that this will not change the conditions affecting the housing market in the short run. Denmark did not join the euro but the Danish central bank’s interest setting shadows the ECB interest policy, which is why no isolated Danish change of the monetary short-term interest rates will happen.
|Journal||Housing Finance International|
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|