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The effect of SIPPS had been underpinning the market until the glorious 5 th of december. Now that this support has been removed, how much of a market fall will there be attributed to this single factor.

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you don't give any timescale for this.

initially I think we could see 1-2% fall over the next qtr,getting us YOY negative in jan.....but this will probably snowball as YOY negative happens...I don't see everyone rushing for the exit at once,but I do see it accelerating.

...so overall this decision could take off 10% or so off of HP's IMHO.

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I voted 'it will go up' as I've finally succumbed to LL's brainwashing exploits... ;)

You seem to have forgotten to press the vote button though. ;)

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