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2024 STARTS IN A MORE CAUTIOUS MOOD AS ENTHUSIASM FOR RATE CUTS RUNS OUT

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Investment

Markets started with a bit of new year hangover and slightly weaker jobs data in the US and accelerating inflation in the Eurozone added to the sense that the pre-Christmas enthusiasm for rate cuts was overdone.

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House Prices ….. Part Three

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Mortgage

For a complimentary mortgage meeting with our mortgage director, please email Worldwide's Mortgage Director Pat Greene on pgreene@wwfp.net or call 01872 222422.

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Housing market – Part Two

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Mortgage

With this column comes a complimentary mortgage review with the Worldwide Financial Planning Mortgage Director, Pat Greene. Pat will also be able to provide you with the latest copy of our Mortgage Interest Rate Guidance Report.

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Housing market – Part Two

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Mortgage

With this column comes a complimentary mortgage review with the Worldwide Financial Planning Mortgage Director, Pat Greene. Pat will also be able to provide you with the latest copy of our Mortgage Interest Rate Guidance Report.

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MARKETS CONTINUE TO RISE AS US FEDERAL RESERVE INDICATES RATE CUTS ARE ON THE WAY

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Investment, Mortgage, Pension

On average, the members of the rate setting committee see US rates falling from 5.5% to 4.75% during the course of next year. This is a big shift in tone in just three months.

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Where is the housing market going?

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Mortgage

Markets move around, that’s just it. Avoiding buying at the top of excitable sentiment is a good plan, just as is selling at the negative end.

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