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I think they've got the scale on the y axis wrong by a factor of 10.

Or else there is a line between Mid Wales and South West Wales where house price inflation yoy changes from +40% to -15%.

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I think they've got the scale on the y axis wrong by a factor of 10.

Or else there is a line between Mid Wales and South West Wales where house price inflation yoy changes from +40% to -15%.

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It's also a little weird that they are showing most of the country in relatively healthy positive YoY HPI. That can't be correct, surely?

The scale is a bit hugely distorted,m in that the positive side (the 'ochre's') has the same number of divisions as the negative side (the blues), i.e. the scale has changed.

If that doesn't show a clear VI, I don't know what does.

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I think they've got the scale on the y axis wrong by a factor of 10.

Or else there is a line between Mid Wales and South West Wales where house price inflation yoy changes from +40% to -15%.

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That'll be a statistical blip because of low sales (or a mistake!)

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Can anyone explain what is going on with the house price chart of the house prices on the BBC website?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10620450

It hasn't been progammed to cope with anything but rises...

Seriously though, it worked OK for me but was a bit redundant since the most recent data was Q1 2010.

Anyone else notice that the Orkneys arrived rather late to the bubble!

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