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Uk Not Mentioned By Oecd

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Actually the UK was mentioned by the OECD, just not by the FT.

Another British newspaper that can't bear to mention the property bubble.

Here's the summary

http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/1/29/20332758.pdf

The risks posed by high and in places inflated house prices to financial and economic stability should not be overlooked either, although the recent cooling off in the UK and Australian housing markets suggests that they may be manageable from a macroeconomic perspective with good chances for a soft landing. Nonetheless, real house prices have recently kept growing rapidly, or even accelerated in many countries, while the ongoing upswing was already the largest of its kind since the 1970s. The risk of housing being overpriced may rise as long-term interest rates move up. Econometric analysis reported in this Outlook suggests that, should house prices continue to rise in 2006 at the speed they did last year and long-run rates to increase as they have in recent months, several large countries (United States, France, Spain) would be at risk of a downturn in house prices.

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We have a rigged planning system, most countries haven't.

Soft landing for Australia. Yeah, OK. :rolleyes:

Interesting array of 'sponsors' BB - tells me just about everything I need to know about you. :unsure:

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Soft landing for Australia. Yeah, OK. :rolleyes:

Interesting array of 'sponsors' BB - tells me just about everything I need to know about you. :unsure:

FFS stop flirting for once in your life and look at the man you have. :rolleyes:

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FFS stop flirting for once in your life and look at the man you have. :rolleyes:

:(:(

WAL not flirting with BB - he just a baby boy. I have myself a fine man already thank you very much, as if everyone doesn't know ffs. :rolleyes:

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  • 302 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    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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