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Was following Bubb's thread on building stocks, Wimpey et al were down last week. What's happening this week??!! They're all on the up again. Doesn't seem like we have reached any 'break' point at all (if thats what its called!).

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Was following Bubb's thread on building stocks, Wimpey et al were down last week. What's happening this week??!! They're all on the up again. Doesn't seem like we have reached any 'break' point at all (if thats what its called!).

That will be the fools believing they are netting themselves a bargin... got to pity them really

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Was following Bubb's thread on building stocks, Wimpey et al were down last week. What's happening this week??!! They're all on the up again. Doesn't seem like we have reached any 'break' point at all (if thats what its called!).

Ah yes but ****ryshite is down from 400 to 362 (+4 this morning). OK it'll likely sell Rightmove next month but after that there'll be nothing holding it up.

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Builders are not as badly off as people might imagine. This is because thay don't just build private houses. The government is spending huge sums of money on infrastructure projects. Just look at the Scottish Parliament buildings. Builders often make obsecene profits on government projects.

If the government cuts spending, building shares will bomb.

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Having viewed a WMPY house there's no way I would buy one. Cramped, flimsy and over priced - to sum it up a rubbish product. I've seen much better new buidls and I suspect that's what will nail WMPY. Overall, I would agree that the trend is down.

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