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Telegraph - "House prices steady";

BBC News - "Average house prices up slightly".

A few short months ago, +0.anything would have had them screaming from the rafters with unadulterated joy.

Further evidence that the penny has dropped/the worm has turned/low housing costs good?

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Telegraph - "House prices steady";

BBC News - "Average house prices up slightly".

A few short months ago, +0.anything would have had them screaming from the rafters with unadulterated joy.

Further evidence that the penny has dropped/the worm has turned/low housing costs good?

Noticed same. Perhaps they have sold their BTLs and put their money into stocks.

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Stocks? :lol:

Well something has to explain the Beeb news site's sudden interest in the stock market. Still at least it does lend itself to their live coverage whatsit - unlike some of stuff they've had using it. Oh, it's gone up a few points, nope down a few, now up a few more. Special news report in 15 minutes but now here's Cyberleader Peston with latest.

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Yeah, well lets face it, they'd really be taling the piss if they said 'stock markets crash 10% in a week, countries are suffering in the shadow of possible default, but hey house prices rose last month by a tiny amount so not all bad news'

I think they'd be a few complaints about that.

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