Wednesday, August 4, 2010

This is sure to push up houseprices

Job creation slows to nine-month low

Employment growth slowed to its weakest rate in nine months in July, with the healthcare sector particularly hard hit as public spending cuts began to bite, a survey showed on Wednesday.

Posted by mark @ 09:48 AM (1406 views)
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7 thoughts on “This is sure to push up houseprices

  • Mark, of the eight articles posted so far today, you posted four of them, and only one of yours was about house prices – in China. How about giving it a rest?

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  • whats your problem monty032?

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  • If I may, I believe it’s that “of the eight articles posted so far today, you posted four of them, and only one of yours was about house prices – in China.”

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  • rumble DOH oh yeh…lol

    I forgot slowing service sector, poor retail sales, jobs going down the pan, etc none of these have anything to do with houseprices..

    clever ole monty

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  • sibley's love child says:

    In fairness Monty, they’re still – albeit indirectly – relevant to HPI/C…

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  • Sorry mark, I tend to agree with the previous comments. There’s been far too many articles today which are not directly related to house prices. Probably fine for 1 or 2 non-directly-related articles if there’s not much news. This site is becoming like a common bulletin board and not specifically about house prices. This ruins it (the site) IMHO since it distracts attention from better related posts.

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  • Surely anything that impacts on the economy also impacts on house prices?

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