DTI

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AcronymDefinition
DTIDepartment of Trade and Industry
DTIDiffusion Tensor Imaging
DTIDebt to Income (ratio)
DTIDuty to Inform (law enforcement)
DTIDigital Technology International (news publishing; various locations)
DTIDream Train Internet (Japan)
DTIDanish Technological Institute
DTIDefense Technology International (news)
DTIDirect Trader Input
DTIDisk to Image
DTIDiesel Turbo Intercooler
DTIDirect Turbo Injection
DTIDomestic Trunk Interface
DTIDiversified Technology, Inc.
DTIDirection de la Technique et de l'Innovation (French: Directorate of Technical and Innovation)
DTIDiagnostics Techniques Immobiliers (French: Real Estate Diagnostic Techniques)
DTIDistance through Insulation
DTIDulbecco Telethon Institute (est. 1999)
DTIDirect Thrombin Inhibitor
DTIDistance to Intercept (US Air Force)
DTIDreaming the Impossible (UK)
DTIDeep Tissue Injury
DTIData Translation, Inc. (Marlboro, MA)
DTIDigital Trunk Interface
DTIDial Test Indicator (mechanical measuring device used in machining)
DTIData Transmission Interface
DTIDirection des Transmissions et de l'Informatique (French: Directorate of Communications and Information)
DTIDirect Tension Indicator (Applied Bolting Technology Products, Inc.)
DTIDirective Technology Integrators (Oneonta, New York)
DTIDuPont Textiles & Interiors
DTIDiscrete Trial Instruction
DTIDetroit, Toledo, & Ironton (Railroad)
DTIDirected Technologies, Inc.
DTIDigital Technologies, Inc.
DTIDeep Trench Isolation
DTIDetective Training Institute
DTIDonation and Transplant Institute (est. 2008; Barcelona, Spain)
DTIDocument Text Informationmanagement (various locations)
DTIDynamic Telecommunications, Inc.
DTIDepartamento Tecnico de Investigacion
DTIDose Totale Indicative (French: Total Indicative Dose; radiological water quality regulation)
DTIDon't Try It
DTIDiesel Turbo Intercooler (automobile)
DTIDesktop Item
DTIDawe Charitable Trust (UK)
DTIDelivery Ticket Invoice
DTIDynamics Technology, Incorporated (defense contractor in Torrance, California)
DTIDigital Test Interface (Tollgrade)
DTIDefense Technology Incorporated & Associates
DTIDelayed Turn-In (US Navy Supply)
DTIDynamic Tomographic Imaging
DTIDriving Trend Identifier
DTIDemand to Inquiry
DTIDigital Trunk Interface Frame (Sprint)
DTIData Technique, Inc. (Pittsburg, KS)
DTIDirecção de Tecnologias de Informação (Portuguese: Directorate of Information Technologies)
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In the face of this, the introduction of across-the-board debt to income ratios for home lending would punish first home buyers struggling to get into the housing market.
Professor O'Neil suggests calculation of the consumer debt to income ratio "to determine if your consumer debt obligations are out of line for your income.
The first group, Financial Strivers, are consumers who, CFSI said, have an unhealthy amount of debt to income (42%) and try to plan for future, irregular large expenses.
Initial results indicate the middle age group holds not only the highest amount of assets, but also the highest debt to income ratio.
However, he cautioned that "ratios of household debt to income appear to imply somewhat more stress than is likely to be the case .
The ratio of household debt to income has soared from less than 100pc in 1997 to around 135pc now, with mortgage lending by banks growing by 10pc a quarter and unsecured lending in the form of credit cards, loans and overdrafts by 13pc a quarter over the past year.
The ratio of household debt to income has soared from less than 100% in 1997 to around 135% now, with mortgage lending by banks growing by 10% a quarter and unsecured lending in the form of credit cards,loans and overdrafts by 13% a quarter over the past year.
This compared with a debt to income ratio, also known as a debt stress level, of 13.
When income levels were taken into account men also had higher levels of borrowing, with an average debt to income ratio of 16.
For example, households with incomes between $50,000 and $100,000 increased their rates of aggregate mortgage debt to aggregate income by about one-sixth and their corresponding consumer debt to income ratio by roughly 50 percent.
If the Government was delivering a comprehensive plan to fix the housing crisis, it is unlikely that the Reserve Bank would be continuing to pursue debt to income limits for lending for housing, says Labours Finance spokesperson Grant Robertson.