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Anyone Know What The Hbos Figs Were Before Seasonal Adjustment?

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Nope, it was +2.4% NSA. Biggest positive seasonal is usually April. This year the seasonal factor for April was +1.7%. For May it was +1.5%. Biggest negative seasonal is usually January. January seasonal was -2.6% this year.

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I imagine the seasonal adjustment is sharply down in May, so that would put the rise at what - 4%?

Ouch, if so.

According to Bloomberg (UKHBNSTP Index <GO>) Non-seasonal price went from 157156 in April to 160869 in May which is an increase of 2.36%

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So actual prices weren't even up 2.6%. Baaaaaaaaaah.

at peak housebuying time..... i wonder in what months the seasonal adjustments are down if they are adjusted upwards in may?

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Will you pussies just hold your nerve?

Were not seeing double digit wage inflation are we?

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Definitely not. I'm seeing single digit wage deflation right now :(

As are most people 'lucky enough' to still be working.

I'm seeing Estate Agent window prices dropping.

More Estate Agents closed down.

More 'wifey-fluffshop business' premises up for let/closed down.

More young families being herded to bankruptcy.

More job losses.

Holiday companies falling over themselves to offer good deals.

High performance cars sitting on reseller forecourts for months.

A lot more budget brand shopping in supermarkets.

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As are most people 'lucky enough' to still be working.

I'm seeing Estate Agent window prices dropping.

More Estate Agents closed down.

More 'wifey-fluffshop business' premises up for let/closed down.

More young families being herded to bankruptcy.

More job losses.

Holiday companies falling over themselves to offer good deals.

High performance cars sitting on reseller forecourts for months.

A lot more budget brand shopping in supermarkets.

If we are doing a list of signs that HPC will continue you left out

And I am seeing A LOT MORE RAMPING BY MCTAVISH AND RINOA :lol:

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If we are doing a list of signs that HPC will continue you left out

And I am seeing A LOT MORE RAMPING BY MCTAVISH AND RINOA :lol:

On HPC there's a hell of a lot more ramping down than ramping up.

Still, 2.6% eh?

Here's what The Press have to say.

:P

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On HPC there's a hell of a lot more ramping down than ramping up.

Still, 2.6% eh?

Here's what The Press have to say.

:P

not to worry, a cash-flow crisis is not too far off now for our isle of house-obsessed retards.

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