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Irish Property "15% Overvalued"

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Property 15% overvalued

Central Bank officials, however, were reluctant to disclose such a figure in case it might destabilise the Irish property market, says the Irish Times.

Way to go Irish Times! - perhaps they should get resident Uberbull, Edel Morgan to comment on this. :D

Edit - Forgot to mention this was the main headline on the FRONT page of the paper! (Flash is feeling chipper today. Woof!)

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Property 15% overvalued

Way to go Irish Times! - perhaps they should get resident Uberbull, Edel Morgan to comment on this. :D

Edit - Forgot to mention this was the main headline on the FRONT page of the paper! (Flash is feeling chipper today. Woof!)

You can be sure the bulls will be brought forward. In fact they already have an economist doing the rounds now talking about uncertainty in the economic models used. You can just imagine: "Given the uncertainty in these models there is no point in alarming the public. Everything is fine " etc etc blah blah.

If the ECB gets moving then it's game over for these big f-----rs. (fibbers that is ;) )

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