The valuation index fell, the bank took a cautious attitude
Huang Liangsheng, senior co-director of the Central Plains Real Estate Research Department, pointed out that the CVI of the Central Plains Valuation Index (main bank) reported 67.45 points this week, down 8.46 points per week. Although the decline has widened, maintaining the 40-60 points above the good demarcation interval shows that banks are cautious. The US Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged. It is estimated that CVI will have a chance to stop falling and stabilize in the future. It is expected that the property market will not turn down.