Eurozone rate cut could boost mortgage lending and give overseas investors more buying power

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Currency and financial experts believe the 0.1 percent cut in the European Central Bank (ECB) benchmark and the historic deposit rate reduction to below zero could weaken the euro, benefiting international homebuyers funding purchases of eurozone properties using other currencies like the dollar, yen and renminbi.