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Originally asked for a link for BOE Approval Figures but hasn't been reported in usual BOE figures UP UP UP style, seems strange not to have heard about this especially on a day when we heard:

No 'significant recovery' in house prices as lending falls, says CML

House prices will not see a significant recovery in the coming months, the Council of Mortgage Lenders has warned, as figures show mortgage lending dropped further last month.

It said mortgage numbers fell a further 2 per cent in May, following a decline of 9 per cent the previous month.

It brings gross mortgage lending to just £10.3 billion, the second lowest level since the CML began its current series in 2000 and 58 per cent lower than this time last year

They were announced as part of the BOE Trends in Lending Report so does that mean they will be announced later in their more traditional form?

Real Estate Lending Close to Zero

Banks made virtually no new loans to real estate companies in April and May, according to the Bank of England, revealing for the first time the extent of the funding crisis facing the industry.

The Bank also said that lending to all businesses fell by its biggest amount in nearly nine years in April and that high street lenders had reported this trend had continued in May. Mortgage approvals by major UK lenders picked up to 45,000 in May, from 42,100 in April, the Bank's Trends in Lending report showed.

The Government will be concerned that credit flows to cash-starved firms are getting weaker despite record low interest rates and a £125bn asset-buying programme aimed at boosting the economy. Net lending to private non-financial corporations fell by £5.4bn in April – the biggest fall since June 2000

Mortgage approvals last May 42000.

So approvals are up 3000 from last year but lending is 58% down ..........

Edited by Sybil13

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Click here . You want chart 2.4 (bottom of page)

They aren't in the usual format and they are out far earlier than normal. Not sure about them TBH.

But the approval figures for May are there.

BTW, they are up 6% :)

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Click here . You want chart 2.4 (bottom of page)

They aren't in the usual format and they are out far earlier than normal. Not sure about them TBH.

But the approval figures for May are there.

BTW, they are up 6% :)

Oh there you are, I've been looking for you everywhere! London to Manchester and I needed you to help us out earlier but you failed to show up at the agreed time! :angry: Are things still slow at your branch of Connells? The Coventry branch is dead at the mo, still Dave has got a new kipper tie and a spikey hair do, looks like a right knob :lol: . Do you think we can convince him to join are trolling enterprise? Where's Valerius, I thought he was going to spam on here tonight with us? Phew, this trolling sure is hard work isn't it? How long do you reckon we can keep it up for?

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Guest DissipatedYouthIsValuable
Date            Lending (Home Pur)May 2007	£8.8bMay 2008	£5.6bMay 2009	£4.3b

What's that Lassie?

It looks like volumes are up but the mortgages are smaller?

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Click here . You want chart 2.4 (bottom of page)

They aren't in the usual format and they are out far earlier than normal. Not sure about them TBH.

But the approval figures for May are there.

BTW, they are up 6% :)

Not according to the BBC, 2% down on April, 58% YOY.

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What's that Lassie?

It looks like volumes are up but the mortgages are smaller?

money_1.jpg

Fools and their... :lol:

Edited by Kazuya

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What's that Lassie?

I think Lassie's got a bad LEG

It looks like volumes are up but the mortgages are smaller?

K será será..

Edited by libspero

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Guest DissipatedYouthIsValuable

Average home purchase borrowing

May 2008 £133,971

May 2009 £95,555

What's that Lassie?

The number is getting smaller?

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Not according to the BBC, 2% down on April, 58% YOY.

No that is CML Loans we are talking BOE May 2009 Approvals. I can't open Rinoas link computer wont let me. Can't find these figures spoken about anywhere , is Rinoa having a laugh?

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Date            Lending (Home Pur)May 2007	£8.8bMay 2008	£5.6bMay 2009	£4.3b

Hi there is this what you got from Rinoa's link?

I thought we were talking approvals, Rinoa said it was BOE approvals, but can't find this anywhere and I can't open the link.

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Approvals still rising, and spring almost over.

Your beloved crash is slowly ebbing away, day by day, week by week, month by month.

:)

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Hi there is this what you got from Rinoa's link?

I thought we were talking approvals, Rinoa said it was BOE approvals, but can't find this anywhere and I can't open the link.

Lispero can, even though he's showing totally irrelevant information.

Maybe you haven't got exel.

Edited by Rinoa

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To save everyone downloading:

Date	House purch	Remort	Other	Gross 	NetJan 2007	7.2	9.2	2.4	18.8	3.7Feb 2007	7.8	8.9	1.7	18.5	3.7Mar 2007	9.3	8.6	1.7	19.6	3.3Apr 2007	9.1	7.9	1.7	18.6	4.2May 2007	8.8	8.4	1.5	18.6	3.8Jun 2007	9.3	8.0	1.5	18.8	4.3Jul 2007	8.6	8.4	1.6	18.6	4.7Aug 2007	8.3	7.8	1.6	17.6	4.5Sep 2007	7.9	9.1	1.5	18.5	4.3Oct 2007	8.2	9.5	1.6	19.4	4.7Nov 2007	7.2	9.2	1.6	18.0	4.1Dec 2007	6.0	10.0	1.4	17.3	4.6Jan 2008	5.8	12.0	1.7	19.5	7.0Feb 2008	6.8	11.2	1.8	19.9	7.0Mar 2008	7.0	10.4	1.6	19.0	6.7Apr 2008	6.5	11.0	1.3	18.7	6.1May 2008	5.6	10.4	1.1	17.1	5.8Jun 2008	4.7	10.3	1.0	16.0	5.4Jul 2008	4.4	10.0	1.2	15.5	5.7Aug 2008	4.2	9.1	1.2	14.5	3.6Sep 2008	3.7	8.8	0.9	13.4	4.1Oct 2008	3.2	8.9	0.8	12.9	3.8Nov 2008	3.4	7.6	1.0	12.0	4.0Dec 2008	3.8	6.2	1.1	11.1	3.5Jan 2009	3.0	6.6	1.0	10.6	1.9Feb 2009	3.4	5.6	1.1	10.1	2.6Mar 2009	3.9	4.6	1.2	9.7	2.0Apr 2009	4.2	3.6	1.0	8.8	1.6May 2009	4.3	3.3	1.0	8.6	1.7

We are back to levels of August 2008.. about the same time Foxtons had to call in the debt advisors (Linky) and house prices were dropping 1.9% p/m (Linky)

Edited by libspero

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Lispero can, even though he's showing totally irrelevant information.

Maybe you haven't got exell.

Do you want me to stay on this thread or shall I go and spam the other thread with London to Manchester? You weren't joking when you told me that trolling this site was hard work. Do you think we are actually making a difference?

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Approvals still rising, and spring almost over.

Your beloved crash is slowly ebbing away, day by day, week by week, month by month.

:)

images1-1.jpg

This fool knows not the meaning of a dead cat bounce :rolleyes:

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To save everyone downloading:
Date	House purch	Remort	Other	Gross 	NetJan 2007	7.2	9.2	2.4	18.8	3.7Feb 2007	7.8	8.9	1.7	18.5	3.7Mar 2007	9.3	8.6	1.7	19.6	3.3Apr 2007	9.1	7.9	1.7	18.6	4.2May 2007	8.8	8.4	1.5	18.6	3.8Jun 2007	9.3	8.0	1.5	18.8	4.3Jul 2007	8.6	8.4	1.6	18.6	4.7Aug 2007	8.3	7.8	1.6	17.6	4.5Sep 2007	7.9	9.1	1.5	18.5	4.3Oct 2007	8.2	9.5	1.6	19.4	4.7Nov 2007	7.2	9.2	1.6	18.0	4.1Dec 2007	6.0	10.0	1.4	17.3	4.6Jan 2008	5.8	12.0	1.7	19.5	7.0Feb 2008	6.8	11.2	1.8	19.9	7.0Mar 2008	7.0	10.4	1.6	19.0	6.7Apr 2008	6.5	11.0	1.3	18.7	6.1May 2008	5.6	10.4	1.1	17.1	5.8Jun 2008	4.7	10.3	1.0	16.0	5.4Jul 2008	4.4	10.0	1.2	15.5	5.7Aug 2008	4.2	9.1	1.2	14.5	3.6Sep 2008	3.7	8.8	0.9	13.4	4.1Oct 2008	3.2	8.9	0.8	12.9	3.8Nov 2008	3.4	7.6	1.0	12.0	4.0Dec 2008	3.8	6.2	1.1	11.1	3.5Jan 2009	3.0	6.6	1.0	10.6	1.9Feb 2009	3.4	5.6	1.1	10.1	2.6Mar 2009	3.9	4.6	1.2	9.7	2.0Apr 2009	4.2	3.6	1.0	8.8	1.6May 2009	4.3	3.3	1.0	8.6	1.7

Wrong chart. You need to click on chart 2.4 at page bottom.

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Wrong chart. You need to click on chart 2.4 at page bottom.

Why have you hidden your online status troll?

Did it hurt your feelings when many a time people pointed out you were looking at certain topics but failed to answer them?

:rolleyes:

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Approvals still rising, and spring almost over.

Your beloved crash is slowly ebbing away, day by day, week by week, month by month.

:)

Volume of approvals up.

Average size of loan down over 30% YoY.

Edited by DissipatedYouthIsValuable

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Wrong chart. You need to click on chart 2.4 at page bottom.

Mike was well laughing at you this morning when I told him that Brian lets you spam this site all day from your branch! Things are pretty quiet here at the Coventry branch but Mike says I'm only allowed to troll on this site during my lunch breaks!

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Mike was well laughing at you this morning when I told him that Brian lets you spam this site all day from your branch! Things are pretty quiet here at the Coventry branch but Mike says I'm only allowed to troll on this site during my lunch breaks!

You guys are getting "clever", setting your forum accounts to hide your online status because people were pointing out you were reading a certain topic but failed to provide an answer.

Who's idea was it Boommonkey you troll you :D

Edited by Kazuya

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Approvals still rising, and spring almost over.

Your beloved crash is slowly ebbing away, day by day, week by week, month by month.

:)

Concentrate hard now:

MORE approvals

LOWER amounts

That means that house pri-

Actually, never mind.

Have a nice day at the office:

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Wrong chart. You need to click on chart 2.4 at page bottom.

Apologies.. must be past my bed time.

I am sure the approvals will be just as interesting when I look at them tomorrow.

Night night.

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