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  1. perfect storm on its way https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-47041241
  2. Some interesting stats and sentiment in this article.. http://www.voice-online.co.uk/article/outstanding-mortgages-hits-all-time-high-uk The average outstanding mortgage in the UK stood at an eye-watering £121,678 for August 2017 17/10/2017 08:00 PM CONTINUED GROWTH in house prices, along with a small decline in the number of outstanding home loans has led to the highest level of mortgage debt per household ever recorded. The October Money Statistics, produced by the Money Charity, have revealed that the
  3. UK household debt is a key risk to financial stability - http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/publications/Pages/news/2016/301116.aspx We're not seeing the full impact yet. How long can the Bank of England tolerate its current pricing model to absorb those price increases, without raising rates... That depends on individual agendas, egos and overviews of success. My personal perspective is that the current rate cannot be pegged for the next 30 years. The country is in spending frenzy via credit card syndromes. As for house prices, if the internal inhabitants cannot afford, then the co
  4. Appears the Bank is after selling off shipping loans whilst other banks in the sector are also trying to do the same thing, however it appears difficult to agree with potential buyers on the mix of bundled loans such as performing, less performing, non-performing loans and different types of ships. This to me would appear to be sign that all is not well as has been speculated elsewhere. http://uk.reuters.com/article/us-deutsche-bank-loans-shipping-exclusiv-idUKKCN0ZM19I
  5. First post in a long while... But very relevant to how the markets will react and what that will do to the debate. The Government issues debt and a calendar of all the planned issuance dates can be found here http://www.dmo.gov.uk/reportView.aspx?rptCode=D5D&rptName=fa29db60-825e-4dc9-93a1-0ec538b00338||GILT%20MARKET%20(10)&reportpage=Issuance_Calendar It shows the next planned debt issuance by the DMO will be on tuesday 5th July. At that point the market will start to tell the government what it thinks. At the moment HMG is proposing to borrow at 1.5% for 5 years. Whether there w
  6. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/borrowing/mortgages/12157842/Weve-got-80000-in-student-debt.-Can-we-borrow-100000-for-our-first-home.html Contains the classic line, Renting at a 6% yield. Not the worst and who knows maybe they might be able to find a cheaper rental? Maybe then it will feel like they are paying for a service and not like throwing money away!
  7. Parliament will hold a three hour debate on the issue of ‘Money Creation and Society’ on Thursday 20th November. This will be the first time in 170 years that Parliament has debated money creation. The Money Creation and Society debate is being hosted by Steve Baker (Conservative), Caroline Lucas (Green), Michael Meacher (Labour), Douglas Carswell (UKIP), and David Davis (Conservative). The backbench debate in the Main Chamber of Parliament creates an opportunity for MPs from all parties to learn about the issue, ask questions and deepen their understanding. There are lots of important
  8. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-27393494 5th most read story on the BBC website this morning. That'll be your MSE types contacting the Ombudsman trying to claim that their bank had a "duty of care" to make sure they weren't idiots before lending them money. You mean we have to pay it back? Shit just got real....
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