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Susan Grant

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  1. Fortunately, the boom and bust of the 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s have been succeeded by a more stable housing market in which high house prices are more sustainable than they were in the past. The economy stability, benign inflation environment, historically low interest rates and record number of people in work all means that demand for houses will remain strong and that high house prices are something that first time buyers will just need to come to terms with. During the past eight years home owners have seen spectacular increases in the value of their properties and the increases in pr
  2. Since the Bank of England was given the independence to set interest rates the British economy has enjoyed a record period of economic stability. The Bank of England has been given much credit for the decisive actions that they have taken in adjusting interests rates to stimulate the economy whenever problems in the global economy threatened to derail the British economy. The MPC who decide interest rates at the Bank of England deserve particular credit in creating the economic conditions which means that interest rates are at historical lows. Some members of the MPC argued that interest rat
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