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Nationwide Data Today +0.1% MoM -0.3% YoY

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And the quarterly report too.

It's the most stubborn cliff edge in history. But wait, the rope is gradually fraying. That hardy old rope that says property only goes up not down and you can't lose. It's reaching almost the last few threads and then it will be free. ... It will all be ugly, but Greek holidays will be amazing, then Italian, then Spanish and Potuguese.....Bang, wollop...ouch. 'Ok I'll turn the printing presses on Gov..'

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I will go for -0.5%.

I am trying to sell, so I think it doesn't want to be too low, a nice decline, with no mad headlines.

Looks like another 5k off my price next week tho...... Market is dead.

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