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Reuters: King says house market picking up "At present, activity in the housing market is picking up and house prices are broadly stable and that's a very satisfactory position. Let's hope we can keep it roughly there," King said.

Funny that eh. picking up to near stability, if he admits it then ther's a lot of cred. He' had 11 months to say anything and he waits for the most distorted figures to claim there's been a slump. 'At present' he does't seem to hold much hope by the look of it, we're on our way.

Happy new year still.

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Reuters: King says house market picking up "At present, activity in the housing market is picking up and house prices are broadly stable and that's a very satisfactory position. Let's hope we can keep it roughly there," King said.

Funny that eh. picking up to near stability, if he admits it then ther's a lot of cred. He' had 11 months to say anything and he waits for the most distorted figures to claim there's been a slump. 'At present' he does't seem to hold much hope by the look of it, we're on our way.

Happy new year still.

Then Merv the Swerv says the opposite:

http://portal.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.j.../ixcitytop.html

Has anyone ever known such confusion??? :blink:

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