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Straight from the horse's mouth:

Housebuilder Barratt Developments said profit growth slowed to a halt after the end of the UK housing boom.


Edited by Henrik

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Unfortunately I don't see much bearish news in the results (they have sold 90% of their full year projection already) and the city seem to like them as the share prices has gone up toay (and has nearly doubled since may last year).


"Whilst the market remains competitive, there have been positive signs in the

first weeks of 2006 that buyer confidence is improving with encouraging recent

sales trends. It is too early to predict the market for the rest of the year,

but current conditions are sufficient for us to achieve our goals. As a result,

forward sales have increased and now stand at a healthy #910m. With completions

to date, this secures 90% of our full year projection. These remain above our

historic norms."

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