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Last Year's Moms For Nationwide

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I have asked this before so sorry, but does anyone know what happened last December and January,

ie how much of a fall will it take to go YoY negative?? And does the seasonal adjustment matter?

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Thanks for that,

But because I'm not very clever I think that means if MoM was 0% for the next 2 months the index would move down 0.2%?? To 2.2%?? So we need two months of 1.1% falls to hit zero??

Or am I getting a bit obsessed??!!

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Thanks for that,

But because I'm not very clever I think that means if MoM was 0% for the next 2 months the index would move down 0.2%?? To 2.2%?? So we need two months of 1.1% falls to hit zero??

Or am I getting a bit obsessed??!!

Looking at the Nationwide series it appears that if there was MoM 0% until Apr/May 06 then the YoY would be 0% also.

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Looking at the Nationwide series it appears that if there was MoM 0% until Apr/May 06 then the YoY would be 0% also.

In their latest press release they said that prices were currently at the same levels as they were in May 2005, so that would intuitively make sense.

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