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Okay, so it's a small annual fall but average prices in London during October 2005 were 0.2% cheaper than October 2004.

Link: ODPM Report

Is this the first time that the ODPM figures have shown negative YOY figures?

When the momentum of rises in NI, Wales and Scotland subside, the whole lot will be majorly negative in the first few months of the New Year.

Turning point for public opinion?


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Turning point for public opinion?

Not sure, I'd imagine most of your joe public types don't know anything about the ODPM figures, the Nationwide /Halifax types have a vested interest so they push their figures much more than the ODPM would.

But what it would do if things go YOY negative, is get the papers writing headlines.

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