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UK house prices were 2.4% higher q/q
House prices in the last three months (September-November) were 2.4% higher than in the previous quarter (June-August). This is the fastest price growth, on this measure, since January.
Prices in the three months to November were 3.9% higher than in the same three months a year earlier although the annual change in November was lower than in October (4.5%).
House prices rose by 0.5% between October and November, following a 0.3% increase in October marking the fifth consecutive monthly rise. The average price of £226,821 is 3.2% higher than in January (£219,741).
- U.S building permits and housing starts rose more than expected in January
- Chicago Business Barometer rose to 67.6 in December, up from 63.9
- U.S import and export prices rose more than expected in January
- Canadian manufacturing sales declined 0.3% to $55.5 billion in December