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Their top 4 business stories this morning:

Northern Rock gets bank bail out

Credit crunch 'may hit UK growth'

Chancellor warns on consumer debt

Housing market still slowing down (I love the "still" - they were reporting rises last week)

The sleeping civil servants seem finally to have woken up and smelt the coffee.

Any guesses how long we're into the fall before the "Now is a good time to buy" stories start?

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Housing market still slowing down (I love the "still" - they were reporting rises last week

"Still slowing down" and "Rising last week" are not mutually exclusive..

People are the same everywhere... As a group grows, it becomes increasingly like the population it is drawn from..

The reasoning in HPC-world is often as sheep-like as that in the real world.

4 Legs good, 2 legs bad... Baa...

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Their top 4 business stories this morning:

Northern Rock gets bank bail out

Credit crunch 'may hit UK growth'

Chancellor warns on consumer debt

Housing market still slowing down (I love the "still" - they were reporting rises last week)

The sleeping civil servants seem finally to have woken up and smelt the coffee.

Any guesses how long we're into the fall before the "Now is a good time to buy" stories start?

David "Mr Realestate" Lereah, the former chief economist of the EA association in the US made two statements in the year before he, er, resigned to spend more time with his family:

1. Following years of HPI in the US the market would experience a "soft landing."

2. About 6 months before many indexes started going red he placed full page ads in many of the nation's newspapers telling the American sheeple that "now was a good time to buy."

And some are telling us that we are not following the US housing market down--to a tee?

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Their top 4 business stories this morning:

Northern Rock gets bank bail out

Credit crunch 'may hit UK growth'

Chancellor warns on consumer debt

Housing market still slowing down (I love the "still" - they were reporting rises last week)

The sleeping civil servants seem finally to have woken up and smelt the coffee.

Any guesses how long we're into the fall before the "Now is a good time to buy" stories start?

when things turn, they turn quick.

I can't believe how quickly the BBC has turned bearish, even I was surprised.

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