Posts Tagged ‘affordability’

JPMorgan: Housing Affordability Could Be Restored Within 3.5 Years, But There’s A Catch…

Authored by Sam Bourgi via, There may be light at the end of the tunnel for Americans struggling to afford a home, but it will take at least three and a half years to get there, according to Joe Seydl, JPMorgan’s senior markets economist. Why three and a half years? According to Seydl, that’s […]

Housing Affordability Worsens As Homeownership Out Of Reach For Anyone Making Under $100k

The US housing affordability crisis continues to worsen as mortgage rates skyrocket to two-decade highs while the cost of an average home is still at bubbly levels. Financing costs are through the roof, and anyone earning less than $100,000 has been priced out of homeownership.  Source

UN Food Official Warns Fertilizer Affordability Crisis Could Slash Global Grain Production By 40%

More than six months into the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the global fertilizer crunch threatens to starve a planet as prices are too high for some farmers ahead of the next planting season.  That’s the view of Maximo Torero, chief economist from the Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (UN), who told Bloomberg TV […]

Essential Workforce Hit by Rental Affordability Crisis

Essential care and service workers are facing a rental crisis in Australia as an analysis found that rent has risen to over one-third of workers’ weekly income in a majority of the country’s geographical regions. Affordable housing campaign group, Everybody’s Home, cross-referenced SQM Research rent data with the basic hourly wage of workers in disability […]

Affordability and prescribing patterns of generic medicines in India

Co-Written by Dr. Swati Sapna & Upasna Gaba The World Health Organization (WHO) defines generic medicine as “a pharmaceutical product, usually intended to be interchangeable with an innovator product that is manufactured without a license from the innovator company and marketed after the expiry date of the patent or other exclusive rights.”(1) The US Food and […]

Housing And Homeless Activists Storm And Occupy Airbnb HQ

Print Friendly Above Photo: From Dozens of housing and homeless activists stormed the Airbnb headquarters at 888 Brannan Street around noon today. A day before San Francisco voters will decide whether to regulate “home-sharing” more strictly, the activists sought to show the short-term rental company what “sharing” is all about. The protesters entered Airbnb’s […]

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