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Not seen this question asked before in plain terms.

Do the sincere bulls here (excl vi bluffers) not ask themself: if its so easy to do a V-shaped recovery into a kwikboom like we're allegedly on the cusp of, then why didn't governments adopt this years ago and stick to it? surely there must be disadvantages or the whole world would just go 1/2pc interest and print money whenever things looked slow?

Do the sincere bulls really understand the mechanism? Do the journalists who report 'recession over', come to that?

Bulls, do you think this is some new answer to all our woes without serious consequences? Do you think life's that simple?

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Not seen this question asked before in plain terms.

Do the sincere bulls here (excl vi bluffers) not ask themself: if its so easy to do a V-shaped recovery into a kwikboom like we're allegedly on the cusp of, then why didn't governments adopt this years ago and stick to it? surely there must be disadvantages or the whole world would just go 1/2pc interest and print money whenever things looked slow?

Do the sincere bulls really understand the mechanism? Do the journalists who report 'recession over', come to that?

Bulls, do you think this is some new answer to all our woes without serious consequences? Do you think life's that simple?

this is a good post.

cut the bull & KISS. ;)

tbh, the majority of the bulls now are just EA/VI's having a laugh. There can not be any serious debate now as to whether we are in a recession or not & whether it is over or not.

we are in the biggest DEPRESSION in the last 100 years.

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Not seen this question asked before in plain terms.

Do the sincere bulls here (excl vi bluffers) not ask themself: if its so easy to do a V-shaped recovery into a kwikboom like we're allegedly on the cusp of, then why didn't governments adopt this years ago and stick to it? surely there must be disadvantages or the whole world would just go 1/2pc interest and print money whenever things looked slow?

Do the sincere bulls really understand the mechanism? Do the journalists who report 'recession over', come to that?

Bulls, do you think this is some new answer to all our woes without serious consequences? Do you think life's that simple?

How many times does this have to be repeated until you understand it!

Since the 1930's all recessions have been caused by inflation, not price rises but too much money growth in the economy. So the central banks reduce the rate of money growth by rising interest rates.

This recession has been caused by a reduction in money in the economy, hence the name credit crunch. So Central banks want to increase the growth of money in the economy hence the lowering of interest rates and printing of money in certain countries worst affected.

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How many times does this have to be repeated until you understand it!

Since the 1930's all recessions have been caused by inflation, not price rises but too much money growth in the economy. So the central banks reduce the rate of money growth by rising interest rates.

This recession has been caused by a reduction in money in the economy, hence the name credit crunch. So Central banks want to increase the growth of money in the economy hence the lowering of interest rates and printing of money in certain countries worst affected.

it's a western FIAT currency crisis & a crisis in confidence in the whole economic/financial system itself.

This is just the start.

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strangely it doesn't feel like it though. I've been turning down work left and right. A phony war perhaps?

I guess we don't personally have much to compare it to. Even during the great depression some (most?) people had jobs and carried on.

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strangely it doesn't feel like it though. I've been turning down work left and right. A phony war perhaps?

if you made it to this site then you are probably in the top 2% of earners.

So by nature we are not a good representative of the general populace.

count the 'To Let' signs & closed down shops & pubs in your local town or city as a judge of just how well things are at the moment.

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this is a good post.

cut the bull & KISS. ;)

tbh, the majority of the bulls now are just EA/VI's having a laugh. There can not be any serious debate now as to whether we are in a recession or not & whether it is over or not.

we are in the biggest DEPRESSION in the last 100 years.

well yes, maybe i'm just old fashioned but all brown etc have done is put the whole UK bill transferred to a global Capital One, on a spend now pay nothing back until summer 2010 and then just 40 easy repayments of £25bn

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So Central banks want to increase the growth of money in the economy hence the lowering of interest rates and printing of money in certain countries worst affected.

you talk like a naive novice, these are the same c banks that were overlords to a major collapse, you think they can repatriate the 'good times'?

i expect if you were a woman you'd think the man sleeping with you on the first date really was in love with you. sad really.

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Not seen this question asked before in plain terms.

Do the sincere bulls here (excl vi bluffers) not ask themself: if its so easy to do a V-shaped recovery into a kwikboom like we're allegedly on the cusp of, then why didn't governments adopt this years ago and stick to it? surely there must be disadvantages or the whole world would just go 1/2pc interest and print money whenever things looked slow?

Do the sincere bulls really understand the mechanism? Do the journalists who report 'recession over', come to that?

Bulls, do you think this is some new answer to all our woes without serious consequences? Do you think life's that simple?

You'd be better off asking this question on a thread where someone is predicting a V shaped recovery starting today.

Otherwise it looks a bit like a strawman argument.

If New Labour don't think it'll do any good over the next 12 months, why try it?

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What I've been worried about for some time now is that this is exactly what plonkers like Broon will start to think. A one-way ticket to permanent HPI and election success after success. But then, after all, is this not what the country has been doing over the past decade by MEWing? It too is just some magical process of "printing money," creating something out of nothing.

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I guess we don't personally have much to compare it to. Even during the great depression some (most?) people had jobs and carried on.

some or most

:blink::blink:

most of the people on here earn £1,000,000 per year, or is it some.

Please bring back the old bulls ffs.

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you talk like a naive novice, these are the same c banks that were overlords to a major collapse, you think they can repatriate the 'good times'?

i expect if you were a woman you'd think the man sleeping with you on the first date really was in love with you. sad really.

Ok genius give us your economic proposals as to what you would have done and why they would be successful?

Next question for you it is widely accepted that iressponsible lending by banks got us into the credit crunch. So does the BoE regulate the UK banks, does the Fed regulate the US banks? does the ECB regulate the Euro Banks?

So third question what did role did central banks play in creating the credit crunch then?

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How many times does this have to be repeated until you understand it!

Since the 1930's all recessions have been caused by inflation, not price rises but too much money growth in the economy. So the central banks reduce the rate of money growth by rising interest rates.

This recession has been caused by a reduction in money in the economy, hence the name credit crunch. So Central banks want to increase the growth of money in the economy hence the lowering of interest rates and printing of money in certain countries worst affected.

Cheers Ralphmalph.

Perhaps the only bear who understands this recession.

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Ok genius give us your economic proposals as to what you would have done and why they would be successful?

Next question for you it is widely accepted that iressponsible lending by banks got us into the credit crunch. So does the BoE regulate the UK banks, does the Fed regulate the US banks? does the ECB regulate the Euro Banks?

So third question what did role did central banks play in creating the credit crunch then?

you need to move up from the 1st floor of the department of knowledge & understanding & get your self up a few floors.

looking at your join date, by 2012 you should have a reasonable understanding of where we are. :D

ooops, it will be far too late then though. ;)

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this is a good post.

cut the bull & KISS. ;)

tbh, the majority of the bulls now are just EA/VI's having a laugh. There can not be any serious debate now as to whether we are in a recession or not & whether it is over or not.

we are in the biggest DEPRESSION in the last 100 years.

Do we have 50% unemployment? Are we living on the streets eating dogs? No. This is a recession not a depression. Banks are paying back capital given to them from Govts, they are starting to lend again, job loses are slowing. This is the last stage of a recession.

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you need to move up from the 1st floor of the department of knowledge & understanding & get your self up a few floors.

looking at your join date, by 2012 you should have a reasonable understanding of where we are. :D

ooops, it will be far too late then though. ;)

Your post is just an admission that your are not prepared or capable of providing a reasoned argument for your case of depression.

You can read all the doom and gloom books you like GoM, but if you do not understand them then that may be a problem.

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Do we have 50% unemployment?

yes, it's called tax credits. Have you seen the bill for funding this malarchy ?

Are we living on the streets eating dogs? No. This is a recession not a depression. Banks are paying back capital given to them from Govts, they are starting to lend again, job loses are slowing. This is the last stage of a recession.

everything has a start & a finish Mr Osborne Gono. This is the start.

Job losses are slowing you say. They haven't even started with the real job losses yet. :ph34r:

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Your post is just an admission that your are not prepared or capable of providing a reasoned argument for your case of depression.

You can read all the doom and gloom books you like GoM, but if you do not understand them then that may be a problem.

thanks. :)

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