Sunday, February 15, 2015

In Q4, number of new homes being built fell for the first time in almost two years,

UK fourth quarter construction weaker than expected as housing falls

"For December alone, total construction output rose by just 0.4 percent after dropping by 1.8 percent in November, much less of a rebound than the 2.8 percent month-on-month growth forecast by economists". Mainstream economics isnt even dismal science these days, its just guesswork and speculation. With an annual increase of 7.4%, how many years would it take to reach 250k new houses pa? Flashman?? .

Posted by debtserf @ 10:15 AM (4576 views)
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5 thoughts on “In Q4, number of new homes being built fell for the first time in almost two years,

  • In Q1 2015 people finally stopped posting on HPC.

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  • If anyone reads these comments anymore, but does not have an account email [email protected] to get one.

    It get’s a bit boring just talking to libby 🙂

    Could urgently do with some new blog posters.

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  • Just posted an article that should get things going a bit.

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  • khards, people are probably still lurking about in the background. Once upon a time there was a lot to be learned from HPC but sadly not (IMO) any more. I still look in on a daily basis but this is just out of habit.

    If house prices follow oil prices the traffic might pick up !

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  • I’ve been lurking here for 8 years. I’ll try an post a few bits and be a bit more proactive. Anything to keep libby’s endless stream of consciousness down.

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