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Nationwide Predictions On Forex For May Is -0.9%

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For what its worth, the Forex prediction for Nationwide data is -0.9% for May. A figure I would be happy with - should dispel any lingering notions of a 'recovery'.

I hereby confidently predict a fall of between 1% and 2%.

Anyone else want to put their **** on the block ?

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Why is N E C K a dirty word these days?

(1.2%) has a nice ring to it.

Because you didn't get a flannel and soap to that oft forgotten body part !

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See what I mean - a dirty neck can leave a dirty mark on your collar. Now go and wash your neck or there'll be no tea for you. Nice tie by the way.

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Friend of mine once did a bit of a 'Sweeney Todd' on his own neck while shaving and decided the best solutuon was to put a collar of toilet paper around his neck before putting his shirt on in order to spare the collar. Clever eh ?! - Only problem with his master plan was that he completely forgot about it until he got to work and was reminded by his colleague's howls of laughter.

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I say -1.6% for the Nationwide but the Halifax will show a rise this month. The two sets of figures need to re-align at some point.

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Seasonally adjusted? Small fall.

Actual price? Small gain. :lol:

Do we only take SA into account in the Spring and Summer then?

Where were you last Autumn when prices were falling by 4% a month- as they will be this Autumn?

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-0.8%. And if you won't buy me a beer I'll have a curry. ;-)

Edited by Scott

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Minus 0.4%. And that`s my final offer.

With or without "seasoning", it will taste like 5h1t to the bulls.

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Minus 0.4%. And that`s my final offer.

With or without "seasoning", it will taste like 5h1t to the bulls.

On the contrary, this bull would deem -0.4% very acceptable at this stage.

Anything better is a bonus.

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On the contrary, this bull would deem -0.4% very acceptable at this stage.

Anything better is a bonus.

Yes, if its -0.7%, that would be a lovely bonus for a prospective buyer, if there is one.

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LONDON, May 26 (Reuters) - The Nationwide Building Society will publish its monthly house price data for May on Friday, May 29 at 0600 GMT, the mortgage lender said on Tuesday.

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Forex?

No thanks. Too leveraged for me. :P

I think the OP was referring to forex factory, a site that publishes key economic stat predictions so that people know what's priced in to the GBP exchange rate.

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On the contrary, this bull would deem -0.4% very acceptable at this stage.

Anything better is a bonus.

Expecting negative growth.. and you are a bull... why? :blink:

As for a prediction, I will agree with Rinoa.

Edited by libspero

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I say -1.6% for the Nationwide but the Halifax will show a rise this month. The two sets of figures need to re-align at some point.

B U M P

..to prove that not 1 of you on this thread has a clue what you are talking about.

p.s your sig needs updating Harry :lol:

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