Canada’s housing market is in “serious trouble,” according to a Business Insider report citing analysis by Deutsche Bank chief international economist Torsten Sløk.

“Simply put, debt levels are very high, and with sky-high home prices cooling off, we could see pressure on the Canadian financial system and labor markets,” explains the report.

Read more, along with charts from Sløk’s slide deck.

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