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I love this little paragraph

"That said, one month of good news does not spell an end to market troubles. "Historically, house prices have not moved in the same direction month after month even during a pronounced downturn," said Halifax economist Nitesh Patel.

"For example, prices fell by 11% nationally during 1991 and 1992, but there were five monthly price rises in this period." :blink:

So WHY are they ramping bloody turning corners then!!!!

Full- fantastic- save your life article here

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