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i suspected as much , the bust in the early nineties was global ,as is the boom today. The aussies houses went up ahead of olympics , but lets face it so did all houses around the world in cities in the years prior to sydney olympics.

They may attribute the gains to olympics , or the falls in the nineties due to high rates , and exchange rate mechanisms ....but when you compare the evidence to rest of the world , can see its all a load of BS.

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yes, it was plainly obvious that the guff produced the Halifax after the Olympic announcement was selective!..........they omitted loads of Games.....eg Munich72...Mexico68.....Tokyo64....Rome60 ...Melbourne56 etc etc...Wonder what happened to HPs in those places...........but I defy even ZZG to come up with the figures....... :lol:

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