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Any predictions?

I'm hoping for -0.2% MOM which would give three straight monthly falls.

Looking at the graph on forex calendar, it's far more believable than the Nationwide one (which is of course biassed toward London madness)

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That's insane.

40% annualised.

I think we might have a bubble.

They are goping to have to act now to collapse the bubble :lol::lol::lol::lol:

Well done Mr. Carney....you are the bubble Meister.

Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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Lets see what the BBC does with this news after ignoring the previous months falls.

Has the ever vigilant Mark Carney maybe missed something that my very own humble self emailed them about over 6 months ago ?

The CON man for BoE...oh wait/

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And this on the same day that the ECB are expected to cut rates. I think things are about to get interesting.

Things have been interesting for 14 months since FLS ( F** Little Savers ) came into.

The governments bubble was never sustainable and they have lost control of it....we all know what's coming next.

Tin foil hat and pop corn time,

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That's insane.

40% annualised.

I think we might have a bubble.

They are goping to have to act now to collapse the bubble :lol::lol::lol::lol:

Well done Mr. Carney....you are the bubble Meister.

40%? Try 58%

1.039 1.080 1.122 1.165 1.211 1.258 1.307 1.358 1.411 1.466 1.523 1.583

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Things have been interesting for 14 months since FLS ( F** Little Savers ) came into.

The governments bubble was never sustainable and they have lost control of it....we all know what's coming next.

Tin foil hat and pop corn time,

I agree, I have no idea how this is going to play out but I am certain that whatever it is won't be what the government intended.

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Things have been interesting for 14 months since FLS ( F** Little Savers ) came into.

The governments bubble was never sustainable and they have lost control of it....we all know what's coming next.

Tin foil hat and pop corn time,

14 months a typo?

It was announced in the mansion house speech of June 2012 by Mervyn King and started in July 2012

http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/publications/Documents/speeches/2012/speech587.pdf

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14 months a typo?

It was announced in the mansion house speech of June 2012 by Mervyn King and started in July 2012

http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/publications/Documents/speeches/2012/speech587.pdf

Pedantic alert !!!!

It took a while for the sub-prime lending to gather steam. I estimate it was about 14 months ago it all started to go wrong.

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40%? Try 58%

1.039 1.080 1.122 1.165 1.211 1.258 1.307 1.358 1.411 1.466 1.523 1.583

1.0xxx^12 where xxx is the rate is my first thought. Maybe the same result as yours. But that is just a nonsense really as they have shown monthly is volatile.

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It looks like we have hyper inflation in housing.

I might buy some gold next moth if this madness continues

Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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it's ******ing insane. The sensitivity of the UK population to greed associated with real estate is astonishing.

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1.0xxx^12 where xxx is the rate is my first thought. Maybe the same result as yours. But that is just a nonsense really as they have shown monthly is volatile.

I just picked a number out of thing air.

Is it Pedantic day today ?

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Lets see what the BBC does with this news after ignoring the previous months falls.

The radio 5 were running an article on ppi underpayments so pushing for more cheques (a BBC investigation).

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Lets see what the BBC does with this news after ignoring the previous months falls.

Still nothing on the website. The BBC VI are probably having an epic internal battle between:

1. Talking up the mom or 3m smoothed figure because that doesn't look quite so insane, and might help the the vigilant folks at the BoE to not notice the bubble.

2. Having an almighty spunkfest because they're RICH, RICH GODAMMIT, RICHER THAN IN THEIR WILDEST DREAMS!

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Still nothing on the website. The BBC VI are probably having an epic internal battle between:

1. Talking up the mom or 3m smoothed figure because that doesn't look quite so insane, and might help the the vigilant folks at the BoE to not notice the bubble.

2. Having an almighty spunkfest because they're RICH, RICH GODAMMIT, RICHER THAN IN THEIR WILDEST DREAMS!

That's what I was thinking. They dare not tell the proles there really is a bubble, for the proles know it will pop. If it's abubble then something has to be done about it now....emergency rate rise anyone ?

But I think deep down.... they really want to more free equity.

I think we'll see the not so insane, but still f**king insane, 3 mom figures used when they work out what to tell us to think/

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Possibly making up for the two previous months' falls. Easter did appear to calm the market briefly. The index has pretty much matched my observations.......a very strong start to the year, a sudden slowing in March and April and then a surprise pick up this month. I was really surprised when solds suddenly started appearing everywhere this month....I have got used to the summer slow down when stuff just festers for months unsold, this year appears slightly different to the preceding ten years of market collapse from 2004 onwards.

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Must steal savers money to keep ponzi going.

Only if you reference your money to houses, it's sub 2% otherwise and who knows we could get a piece of the deflationary action that Europe is currently struggling with. More like buyers being shafted into a lifetime of debt.

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Must build more houses :rolleyes:.

Id build one tomorrow and would even pay 80K for a plot to build a 90m2 house but they (NIMBYS, COUNCIL, GOVT.) wont let me.

If they gave me the land for free id even build a house and give it to the council.

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I note a small bungalow has just gone under offer a couple of doors down from where I live, the asking was 370k and it has been on for about a year. I do think this suggests the ripple is finally reaching the North Midlands. I didn't expect it to sell, but actually there isn't that much left for sale at the moment in my village near Nottingham.

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