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When it comes to bubbles, Australian property ticks pretty much all the boxes.If there is a sharp correction in the eastern states it will have a devastating impact on our banks and economy, writes Ian Verrender. They build slowly, generally last longer than anyone imagines, and are often accompanied by regulatory complacency and political inertia.After dating literally in the dark, they finally get to see each other.Will it be love at first sight, or will they leave alone?Foreign hedge funds and other observers have consistently warned of an Australian property bubble that could burst, reducing prices by up to 50 per cent. But the odds are increasing as the economy faces serious headwinds, not the least of which are slowing global growth, a protracted collapse in commodity prices and a rapidly cooling Chinese economy.
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It's a different story when market bubbles burst; quickly and in spectacular fashion, as a crushing stampede for rapid exits results in enormous casualties.
Despite what many economists continue to proclaim, financial market crashes have far reaching and long lasting impacts on the real economy.