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House prices in the UK will see an average increase of 3% over the course of next year as the number of transactions stabilises, according to the RICS housing forecast for 2017.

Forecast in brief Transactions set to stabilise in line with recent trend, but fall short of full year 2016 outturn Supply shortfall to continue pushing prices higher with prices to increase by 3% Rents likely to increase by 2-3% across the UK in 2017 Need for more properties

Following on from the 2016 forecast, the supply pipeline or lack of it is at the forefront of the analysis and dominates the residential market.  While there is an improvement, the legacy of building on an insufficient scale has left the average inventory on estate agents books close to a historic low*.

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Looking forward, transaction activity will stabilise and is likely to come in between 1.15 and 1.2 million, a little below the 1.25 million likely to be recorded for the whole of 2016.  The prediction for 2017 reflects the trend over recent months. House prices are predicted to rise across the whole of the UK in 2017 with an average increase of 3%. East Anglia is likely to continue its trend during 2016 and alongside the North West and West Midlands is likely to record gains higher than the national average.  Meanwhile, prices in Central London look set to stabilise after recent declines, with support provided by the weaker exchange rate encouraging foreign buyers.

Although recent announcements by the government on housing are very welcome, the ongoing shortfall of stock across much of the sales and lettings markets is set to continue to underpin prices and rents. As a result, the affordability challenge will remain very much to the fore for many. Meanwhile the lack of existing inventory in the market is impacting the ability of households to move and will contribute toward transaction activity over the whole of 2017 being a little lower that in the year just ending. Comments (1) The view from RICS

The Housing White Paper will be a defining moment in January, to see if more radical thinking in Whitehall is a reality. The proposed ban on lettings agents fees, and the unintended consequences of such a blunt policy, will also be a strong feature of the year ahead. Whilst the system based on large, private housing developers and homes for owner occupation has increased house building, it’s not delivering. The UK needs a co-ordinated strategy for building across tenures, using all of the delivery and technology mechanisms at our disposal. Before the EU Referendum, David Cameron said that if he could have found the button in No10 to increase house building he would have pushed it repeatedly. In truth there are multiple buttons and following on from housing being put at the top of the list of Theresa May’s priority list in 2017, current Government need to demonstrate a plan of action.

Jeremy Blackburn , RICS Head of UK Policy 20 December at 12:17PM

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H.B. Fuller Increases Price for Adhesives in North America By Peter Neil  | Mar 6, 2017 9:16 am EDT H.B. Fuller increases adhesives price

On March 3, 2017, H.B. Fuller ( FUL ) announced price increases for its adhesives in the North American region. The price increase will be in the range of 5% to 8%. The price increase will be effective from April 1, 2017, or as the contract allows. The prices were increased primarily due to recent cost changes and supply constraints to feedstocks such as propylene, ethylene, methanol, butadiene, isoprene, and acetone, which have led to higher raw material costs.

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In 2016, 38% of H.B. Fuller’s total revenue of $2.1 billion came from the Americas Adhesives segment. The impact of the price increase could be seen beginning in 2Q17.

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On March 3, 2017, FUL closed at $49.36, dropping 0.7% for the week. FUL stock price traded 3.5% above its 100-day moving average price of $47.68, indicating an upward trend in the stock. Analysts expect FUL’s 12-month target price to be at $50.25, implying a potential return of 1.8% over the closing price on March 3. Year-to-date, the stock returned 2.2%.

The 14-day relative strength index (or RSI) of 49 indicates that the stock is neither overbought nor oversold. An RSI of 70 and above indicates that the stock is overbought, while an RSI of 30 and below indicates that the stock is oversold.

The PowerShares DWA Basic Materials Momentum Portfolio ETF ( PYZ ), which holds 1.9% in FUL as of March 3, outperformed FUL, which rose 1.2% for the week to close at $63.17. The top holdings of the fund include Chemours ( CC ), Cliffs Natural Resources ( CLF ), and Avery Dennison ( AVY ), which have weights of 4.9%, 3.9%, and 3.6%, respectively.