Has UK’s housing bubble slowed down?

Rates curve discounts the increase in November 2014 versus previous February 2015.

Therefore, markets have already reacted so minutes should calm the situation –unless they show disagreement in the Monetary Policy Committee. If there is no consensus, then the sterling will continue to appreciate and the gilts will go down. The BoE wants to rein in the real estate boom, but at the same time it faces really high idle capacity levels and wages that have not yet taken off.


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