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The big jump in the Halifax index is typical of volatile monthly figures and economists say not too much should be read into such a short-term measure, with three-monthly and annual trends more reliable.‘Brexit-related uncertainty remains the key narrative for the UK housing market at present, and last week’s high court ruling on Article 50 could see that uncertainty prolonged for longer than anticipated,’ Posniak added.