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Halifax April 2019

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I used to sell indices data FTSE... DAX....CAC40.....these are properly collated indices....people are familiar with the FTSE 100/ FTSE 250 but they are all part of the FTSE ALL World......the BS that comes out of vested interests for housing stats isnt worth wiping your derriere on...i have long suspected they adulterate the data......it's completely unvetted and not worth the match you should set it alight with....

Like Carney's 1.25% property falls....who talks in rises or falls of 1.25%....it's utter rubbish....i'm sure they can point to some adulterated models behind it as worthless as the data it spews out...

Even Kirstly and Phil's moronic "lets see if we can get it for the asking price" hasn't entered Carney's fantasy world..."lets see if we can get it for 1.25% off !

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11 minutes ago, rantnrave said:

This update is now listed as 'tentative' on Forex Factory

Not seen that before...

Hmm, well it is definitely over a month since the last one and it is s good day to bury bad news (new royal parasite).

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8 minutes ago, neon tetra said:

Doreen was off sick. And didn’t leave the key to her desk drawer where the calculations are written down.

No-one else knows the Seasonal Adjusting recipe...

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Maybe they are having a make a new new new new equation to make the numbers work. I think it's not too long until they will need a new set of numbers, as the ones currently used are obviously broken. 

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4 hours ago, rantnrave said:

Been bumped to tomorrow

Nothing fishy about that, no siree

Edited by Dorkins

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2 minutes ago, hurlerontheditch said:

+5.0% Annual change +4.2% Quarterly change +1.1% Monthly change

Hahaha, such nonsense.

I see that 6% rise has been knocked down a little bit. Not sure why that is since it’s over 2 months ago now.

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It shows that prices are up, up and away, just in time for the Spring buying season, so come one everyone, buy now before you're priced out for ever :rolleyes:.

Seriously, though, does anyone believe this nonsense? 

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42 minutes ago, Bruce Banner said:

Seriously, though, does anyone believe this nonsense? 

"The sharp 5% rise in April’s annual change figure comes against the backdrop of a particularly low growth rate over the corresponding period in 2018, impacting year-on-year comparisons.This also factors in a notably high growth figure recorded in February this year, driven by a higher volume of London sales and more expensive new build properties"

Make of it what you will. Sounds like subdued sales with HTB pushing up new build prices.

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I'm not sure even the Sheeple take any notice of these vested interests any more.......plenty out there are hearing difficulties around selling and what the sold vs the asking prices are.....within their own personal networks....

Prices are falling despite what a bunch of vested interests say to the contrary

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59 minutes ago, Captain Kirk said:

"The sharp 5% rise in April’s annual change figure comes against the backdrop of a particularly low growth rate over the corresponding period in 2018, impacting year-on-year comparisons.This also factors in a notably high growth figure recorded in February this year, driven by a higher volume of London sales and more expensive new build properties"

Make of it what you will. Sounds like subdued sales with HTB pushing up new build prices.

The part about the rise being driven by a high volume of London sales indicates this is a sh!t index. How is it trustworthy?

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