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This quote is from the City&Business section in yesterday's Daily Express, it is the final paragraph in an article discussing monday's stock market falls.

I expect the rest of the year will be stressful and no one knows where the market will touch bottom. But while house prices continue to climb and the jobless rate holds steady, there is no need to hit the panic button.

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This quote is from the City&Business section in yesterday's Daily Express, it is the final paragraph in an article discussing monday's stock market falls.

Bless them! :lol:

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This quote is from the City&Business section in yesterday's Daily Express, it is the final paragraph in an article discussing monday's stock market falls.

So Panic is on the Radar then, and thus seen as a probability..........just not yet then :ph34r:

Last time I had a "laggy band" in my hands, stretched as far as the fundamentals underpinning this property market. It eventually snapped back with such force, my fingers where left tingeling.....the sensation felt a bit like when you get your fingers burnt :rolleyes:

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I saw the BBC's Evan Davies on MOnday night talking about the SM falls. Sometimes I like him but he had a particularly good line in soothing BBC nonsense. He was saying that we are at a stage where we are moving from one economic era (low inflation, low IRs) to another (higher IRs etc), so people are uneasy, but there's nothing really to worry about - it's just like when you move house, and your dog gets a bit uneasy, but no problem really...

That's alright then... :blink: Unless you're moving house to somewhere really, really horrible in which case maybe the uneasy dog has a point.

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