Government obliges banks to offer fixed rates, but does not define deadlines | banking

The Government wants to oblige all banks to provide fixed and mixed rates on mortgage loans, along with variable rates associated with Euribor. The Government includes this requirement in the package More Housing, but the content of the norm is not clear, namely with regard to the fixing periods. Which means that this requirement does not guarantee, by itself, an offer that stimulates competition in the market.

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