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Tomorrow's Economic Releases: Will Nationwide Continue To Buoy The Pound?

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Tomorrow's Economic Releases: Will Nationwide Continue To Buoy The Pound?

(MoM) (YoY)

Consensus: 0.5% 5.2%

Previous: 1.1% 5.3%

Outlook: April may signal the beginning of a slowdown in the United Kingdom’s housing market resurgence with home prices expected to only increase 0.5% in comparison to March’s 1.1% appreciation. A much larger-than-expected surge in jobless claims over February combined with crippling utility bills may finally start to take a toll on home-buying sentiment......
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I think it will still be a big positive number tomorrow. But i'll let you know as soon as they let me know!

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I think it will still be a big positive number tomorrow. But i'll let you know as soon as they let me know!

Continued housing market strength will further reassure the BOE that the country can stand higher interest rates which it must realise by now that it has to impose. (Gilt yields up again today pointing the way)

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Yep, there will be a lot of suicidal, desperate, disbelieving, it can't be true can it, bears on here tomorrow.

Its all just so predictable. :lol:

I know it's not big and not clever, but...

:P:P:P

:lol::lol::lol:

*doing his bit to raise the standard of debating on HPC*

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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