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Our latest round-up shows that prices are on the rise in most markets

http://www.economist.com/node/17311841

THIS time last year, The Economist’s survey of global house prices was a sea of negative numbers. That was then. Of the 20 markets tracked in our latest survey, only four still posted year-on-year declines and only Ireland’s property catastrophe has worsened.

http://irishtimes.com/newspaper/property/2010/1028/1224282134999.html

H/T to Property Pin.

What do you make of this data? Australia doesn't seem to be 'facing it's demons' yet based on this data.

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Floor to ceiling

Our latest round-up shows that prices are on the rise in most markets

http://www.economist.com/node/17311841

http://irishtimes.com/newspaper/property/2010/1028/1224282134999.html

H/T to Property Pin.

What do you make of this data? Australia doesn't seem to be 'facing it's demons' yet based on this data.

The Economist has been behind the curve for years on property.

I used to think it was a brilliant magazine, but since the crisis they haven't changed their tune one bit, still trotting out the same old free-market capitalism dogma, they haven't acknowledged the failure of their ideals once.

Oh, and Australia won't face any demons until China does IMO. They have many years of supply of the resources that the Chinese need.

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