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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
DTIDirect Turbo Injection
DTIDisk to Image
DTIDiesel Turbo Intercooler
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
DTIDigital Test Interface (Tollgrade)
DTIDynamics Technology, Incorporated (defense contractor in Torrance, California)
DTIDefense Technology Incorporated & Associates
DTIDelayed Turn-In (US Navy Supply)
DTIDynamic Tomographic Imaging
DTIDemand to Inquiry
DTIDriving Trend Identifier
DTIDigital Trunk Interface Frame (Sprint)
DTIData Technique, Inc. (Pittsburg, KS)
DTIDirecção de Tecnologias de Informação (Portuguese: Directorate of Information Technologies)
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The household debt to income ratio is above 190 percent, which is among the highest in the developed world.
And they are looking more closely at affordability issues - such as if an applicant's debt to income and expenditure ratio is too high - and that means fewer people will have access to credit.
"If you are financing and you have a 26 percent debt to income ratio post-closing, a building that requires 25 percent as a maximum is still out of reach despite the bank's willingness to write the loan.
The financial crisis which erupted a decade ago saw banks rein in their lending, resulting in household debt to income levels falling.
According to the guidelines, the debt to income ratio of states should not exceed 50% of the statutory revenue for the preceding 12 months.'
The lower than peers' sustainable loan-to-value ratio and debt to income ratio results in a lower credit loss of FCDQ's cover pool.
Professor Barbara O'Neill of Rutgers University excludes mortgage debt in defining "consumer debt" which thus consists of "outstanding balances on credit cards, installment loans for cars and other 'big ticket' items (that is, furniture and appliances), and student loans." 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.
"We are not seeing the sort of growth in momentum we saw this time last year, but given the high level of debt to income we have in the UK anyway, and the ability of this market to move very fast, this is something we need to watch and that's why we have left that insurance policy in place."
"We are not seeing the sort of growth in momentum we saw this time last year, but given the high level of debt to income we have in the UK, and the ability of this market to move very fast, this is something we need to watch and that's why we have left that insurance policy in place."
In the discussion that follows, the focus is household debt, and in particular on changes in the ratios of household debt to income. That partly reflects challenges in comparing the level of debt across countries.