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From FT Alphaville (financial blog of FT not behind paywall):

From Credit Suisse warning that easing of credit coming to an end and a turning point in policy

Latest shop price index indicates deflation a problem to come for UK despite all the talk of inflation.

http://ftalphaville....isk-uk-edition/

There's no consumer price inflation because there's no consumer demand. There's no consumer demand because there's no recovery. There's no recovery because the UK economy is still overwhelmed with debt.

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There's no consumer price inflation because there's no consumer demand. There's no consumer demand because there's no recovery. There's no recovery because the UK economy is still overwhelmed with debt.

Which means house prices will lose steam in about 12 months???

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