Thursday, Dec 17, 2009

Property booming on wednesday then stagnating on thursday

Times online: House price rally began to slow in October

British house prices rose by another half a per cent in October from the previous month, bringing the UK average price to £198,450 - just 2.2 per cent below where they were a year ago, according to the latest official figures.

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1. stillthinking said...

I read this comment by George somewhere else,

"With annual government borrowing at £200 billion pounds, this equates to 8 million average (£25k py) pay jobs being funded with borrowed money that is even greater than the 6 million public sector jobs and indicating that the whole economy is now dependant on government borrowing. And this does not even take into consideration what the government funds with its tax revenues excluding this borrowing. "

This spending will stop one way or another. What chance does a rally in houses have against the effective withdrawal of 8 million jobs?

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