Pound struggles despite higher house prices

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No real news from the Bank of England today, which kept UK interest rates on hold at 0.5% and maintained the QE programme at £200bn. The policy amounts to a "wait and see" until the next inflation report in February.

In other news, house prices are up 1.1% compared to last December - the first year-on-year rise since March 2008. This should be good news for the Pound, but the political turmoil surrounding Gordon Brown is perhaps holding back any progress for sterling.

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