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Anyone know when the minutes and inflation report are due out?

Will be able to get an indication from that as to what may happen next - if anything.

19th October was on the BoE site.

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Guest The_Oldie

Stand by for major whinging offensive from Eas, VIs and high street retailers for a reduction in November. In fact, it seems to be starting already.

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Forget about the rates now. It's a done deal and barely significant to our cause.

Latest Halifax figures show that rate of change of HPI is - 17% YOY. That is enough pace for a massive correction by this time next year.

IR just don't really have much to do with the debate anymore.

Keep the WONGA ready to scoop a BARGAIN in 2007 or maybe even earlier!

:)

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Keep the WONGA ready to scoop a BARGAIN in 2007 or maybe even earlier!

:)

2010, the real bottomed out bargain, this will be a long drawn out affair.

There is no quick fix to this massive f@ck up by the VI'S and Bobby "Brown"

:unsure:

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Guest Charlie The Tramp
2010, the real bottomed out bargain, this will be a long drawn out affair.

The picture will be much clearer towards the end of 2006, but still no quick or rapid price correction.

I agree it will be a long drawn out affair bottoming out around 2010.

Depends how serious the recession is going to be and the servicing of this massive debt bubble

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2010, the real bottomed out bargain, this will be a long drawn out affair.

There is no quick fix to this massive f@ck up by the VI'S and Bobby "Brown"

:unsure:

Sure, if you are trying to finesse a purchase right at the very bottom.

Most of us are just hoping to buy a home at a fair rate. I think there is a very good chance we'll see this in the next 18 months or so. I know real estate is very different from stocks but I do reckon that IT has changed the pace of this industry too.

We might see extraordinary changes in opinion and prices in a smart space of time.

Two amazing things have happened already, all at once:

1) Media has turned.

2) Brown has called a bubble :)

On top of that Brown has alarmed the nation of the oil shock (no 'shock' really, oil been steadily heading north for three years now but what the hell). This farce will serve nicely as the proverbial 'trigger' that so many think needs to break the camels back.

Extraordinary. Enjoy the show.

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