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  1. August 2007, bang. Historically, we're "due" another recession. I know I know, it's different this time. But let's look back and remind ourselves of the build up and chaos of the last GFC, almost 10 years ago. What happens this time when rates can't be lowered? Prime London falling on record low 0.25% rates, weak GBP, student debt, massively overpriced stocks, BTL crackdown, stagnant wages, record personal debt (credit cards, cars), Brexit, Corbyn, Trump, China, Qatar, Italian Banks. Ideal time to buy? Property market: Review of 2007 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/investment/3360078/Property-market-Review-of-2007.html Anyone got some juicy articles either from the mania or the aftermath of 07/08 they'd like to post to remind ourselves that maybe it isn't so different this time, or is it to be QE to infinity and beyond forever?
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