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The proportion of non-performing loans has increased rapidly in the construction industry

Adverse sequences of events that could, in the worst case, threaten the stability of Finland's financial system

Low risk premia reflect investors’ confidence in Nordic governments’ debt-servicing capacity

Confidence clearly weaker in construction than in other industries

Nordic banks have large volumes of lending collateralised by real estate

Importance of professional investors in housing production has increased in the past ten years

Real estate investment markets grew strongly in low interest conditions

Housing prices and construction are sensitive to interest rate movements

Assessment of the Finnish financial system’s vulnerabilities and their expected trajectories

Housing prices have declined most in the Helsinki metropolitan area

Interest rates on new loans have declined from their peak in 2023

Large volume of loan losses would put a significant strain on banking sector’s capital adequacy in the stress scenario

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