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Credit immobilier : 2016, annee historique

Crédit immobilier : 2016, année historique
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L'ACTUALITÉ DU JOUR PAR Benoît Georges @bengeorges
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Crédit immobilier : 2016, année historique
C'est une nouvelle année record qui s'annonce pour le crédit immobilier en France. Sur les dix premiers mois de 2016, les banques ont accordé 188,8 milliards d'euros de "crédit immo", et tout indique que le montant impressionnant enregistré en 2015 (203 milliards sur douze mois) devrait être dépassé. Les taux historiquement faibles (1,31 % en moyenne en novembre) expliquent bien sûr ce record : entre 2008 et 2016, explique notre journaliste Edouard Lederer, le coût du crédit a été divisé par 2,5 - soit un gain de pouvoir d'achat de 29 %. Conséquence, les transactions immobilières sont reparties à la hausse, et les particuliers qui avaient emprunté avant la chute des taux ont continué de renégocier. Pour combien de temps? Jusqu'ici, la légère remontée des taux n'a pas refroidi les ardeurs des emprunteurs - au contraire, elle pousserait certains à signer avant qu'il ne soit trop tard...
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La VALEUR DU JOUR
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Voilà une valeur qui a connu le grand écart en Bourse cette année. Après avoir chuté de près de 30 % à son plus bas niveau, le 11 février, soit deux fois plus que le CAC 40, le chimiste belge n’a cessé de remonter la pente jusqu’à signer un nouveau plus haut de l’année ce mardi, à plus de 112 euros. Ce qui lui fait gagner près de 14 % désormais en 2016, trois fois plus que l’indice phare. Une vraie "cyclique", qui traditionnellement accentue les mouvements des grands indices boursiers.

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