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30 matches for " house price index":
In one line: Falling mortgage rates are bolstering prices.
In one line: Near-flat trend in prices unlikely to improve soon.
In one line: Treading water, but falling mortgage rates will help soon.
In one line: Further evidence that the housing market already had regained momentum before the election.
In one line: Weakness reflects pre-election nerves; Covid-19, however, has re-written the post-election script.
In one line: Weighed down by political uncertainty.
In one line: Lower mortgage rates are working their magic.
In one line: Close to the nadir.
In one line: London prices had begun to outperform before the virus shock.
In one line: Still implausibly strong.
In one line: No longer slowing; lower mortgage rates are helping.
In one line: Starting to converge with other weaker measures.
In one line: Slower growth reported following methodological improvements.
In one line: Irreconcilable with all other evidence.
In one line: Flat for six months, but modest growth likely ahead.
In one line: Still misleadingly upbeat.
Chief U.K. Economist Samuel Tombs on U.K. House prices
Samuel Tombs on Halifax House Price Index in May
Taken at face value, the retail sales data in the euro area suggest that consumers' spending hit a brick wall at the end of 2018.
A growing number of economists have marked down their forecasts for Chinese growth next year to below the critical 6% year-over-year rate, required to ensure that the authorities meet their implicit medium- term growth targets.
Households' willingness to save a smaller fraction of their incomes goes a long way to explaining why the U.K. economy hasn't lost too much momentum since the Brexit vote.
Britain's housing market appears to be going from bad to worse.
The market-implied probability that the MPC will cut Bank Rate at its meeting on January 30 jumped to 63%, from 44%, following the release of December's consumer prices report.
June's RICS Residential Market Survey brings hope that the housing market already is over the worst.
Predictably, the Bank of England's estimate that GDP would plunge by 8% in the first year after a disorderly no-deal, no transition Brexit and that interest rates would need to rise to 5.5% to contain inflation grabbed the headlines yesterday.
The Prime Minister is threatening to bring back her Brexit deal to the Commons for a third time before March 20, in a final bid to win over the rebels within the Tory party who want a harder Brexit.
As we write, 25 Conservative MPs have confirmed publicly that they have submitted no-confidence letters to the Chairman of the 1922 Committee. That's 23 short of the 48 required to trigger a leadership contest, though some MPs might have submitted letters without making it public.
Halifax's house price index rose by an eye catching 1.5% month-to-month in March, superficially suggesting that the housing market is reviving.
Chief U.K. Economist Samuel Tombs on Nationwide's June House Price Index
Chief U.K. Economist Samuel Tombs on the U.K. Halifax House Price Index in December
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