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Savills Are Worried

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saw a small pargraph about this in the telegraph today. Quite significant comming from a major VI like Savills

"The first half has seen strong investment markets especially in the UK and in key European markets and this should ensure that commercial activity levels remain high in 2006. Residential markets have been buoyant in the first half of 2006. While our order book remains stronger than last year, we have some caution that the residential markets may not be as buoyant in the second half. The Board is, therefore, currently of the view that the Group is well placed to deliver full year results in line with our existing expectations."

http://www.savills.co.uk/news.asp

Not telling us anything we didnt know already, but reassuring non the less :-)

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