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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4752941.stm

Bank of Japan 'to raise outlook'

A rate rise is expected by July

The Bank of Japan is planning to raise its assessment of the Japanese economy to "expanding" for the first time in almost 15 years, a report has said.
Japan's Jiji Press news agency estimates that the central bank could make the
significant revision
at its next policy meeting on 19 May.
Such a move could also see the Bank of Japan
raising interest r
ates after five years at a zero level.
Japan's consumer price index hit eight-year peaks last month, while the country's jobless rate stayed at 4.1%, its lowest level in eight years.
Most analysts expect the central bank to raise interest rates by July at the latest.

This is the real news on the house market. Forewarned is forearmed. For TTRTRents its soon to be TTRTRates. The window of opportunity to sell high is closing fast as IR hikes are a comin down the pike.

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4752941.stm

Bank of Japan 'to raise outlook'

A rate rise is expected by July

The Bank of Japan is planning to raise its assessment of the Japanese economy to "expanding" for the first time in almost 15 years, a report has said.
Japan's Jiji Press news agency estimates that the central bank could make the
significant revision
at its next policy meeting on 19 May.
Such a move could also see the Bank of Japan
raising interest r
ates after five years at a zero level.
Japan's consumer price index hit eight-year peaks last month, while the country's jobless rate stayed at 4.1%, its lowest level in eight years.
Most analysts expect the central bank to raise interest rates by July at the latest.

This is the real news on the house market. Forewarned is forearmed. For TTRTRents its soon to be TTRTRates. The window of opportunity to sell high is closing fast as IR hikes are a comin down the pike.

Nationwide has just raised all it's fixed rates by 0.16 % :rolleyes:

But I though interest rates were going down. The Nationwide don't think so whahhahah

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