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Sharp Correction In Uk House Prices

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In March 2004 Nickell commented that: "the longer house prices continue to rise a lot faster than incomes, the more probable that there would be a relatively sharp correction."

So why does he continually vote every month to make mortgages more affordable? Am I missing something?

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This article states that

So why does he continually vote every month to make mortgages more affordable? Am I missing something?

Perhaps because he doesn't care about house prices, and is more interested in the other effects of interest rate cuts?

Billy Shears

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So why does he continually vote every month to make mortgages more affordable? Am I missing something?

I think he was just setting himself up for consultancy post MPC.

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I think he was just setting himself up for consultancy post MPC.

Hence his agent/PR getting his name bandied around much as possible. Im sure he only votes against rest of MPC to get mentioned in the press.

The guy's a muppet

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