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When Will Halifax And N'wide Go Negative

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I've tried looking at the annual HPI figures to work out in which month they will go negative assuming that the large monthly figure from last year is replaced by a small or negative monthly figure from this year. Unfortunately I'm not clever enough to work this out!!

So any ideas, ie if Nationwide monthly is -.5% for August does that mean the annual figure will go -ve??

Has anyone figured out an easy way of presenting this??



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