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• The Nationwide Consumer Confidence Index rose by 1 pointto 94 in May

• Confidence in the last 2 years has been a game of two halves; the first year confidence was strong whilst the second year confidence has been considerably weaker

• Confidence in spending has fallen for the first time in months and is now at the same level as May 2005

5% of those who took part think rates may go down on Thursday!!! Ha ha ha

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House prices set to LEAP*.

According to the CML, who else would predict such tommy rot? :lol:


*To "Leap" in this context would mean a sudden rise in prices that would look like a vertical rise on a graph. The previous trend line would see a break out to the upside of such a large increase that continuity or the trend would be lost entirely. "Leaps" in price usually only occur when a market is correcting to the downside with some vertical drops being common during periods of correction.

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