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And base rate staying at 0.5%.

Have the MPs/ bankers not managed to dump all of their property portfolios yet?

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£50B for the next 3 months is £17B/mo which is less than £125B/5=£25B/mo in past 5 months (March-July).

QE slowdown will decelerate and postpone £ RIP => perfectly sensible to buy time till election.

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On what?

Your graphs don't have titles.

And well done.

(Graphs show intra-day GBP against EUR and USD)

Have a lot of EUR ready to be moved into GBP, just waiting for the right time.... this cheered me up.

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(Graphs show intra-day GBP against EUR and USD)

Have a lot of EUR ready to be moved into GBP, just waiting for the right time.... this cheered me up.

I'm glad the fact that Zanulabour tanking the countries finances made you smile.

Make sure you buy a shotgun, a pile of ammo and a bigger pile of beans.

Well, before that £2000 just buys you a tin of beans anyway.

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I'm glad the fact that Zanulabour tanking the countries finances made you smile.

Make sure you buy a shotgun, a pile of ammo and a bigger pile of beans.

Well, before that £2000 just buys you a tin of beans anyway.

Aw, come on. I've been shafted by Gordon more than most on here!!

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Aw, come on. I've been shafted by Gordon more than most on here!!

QE didn't stop deflation in Japan

It wont stop it here

It's like treating cancer with leeches. The wrong treatment.

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QE didn't stop deflation in Japan

It wont stop it here

It's like treating cancer with leeches. The wrong treatment.

the japanese took a decade to do it and didn't put their heart in it

they had hyperinflation after ww2

the uk/us are scared of great depression 2... i'm shocked by what they did today and relieved that i agreed to buy a house recently even if i had to pay a lot more than i hoped

the market is so tight now. i used to get a list of repod properties from a company... there are no more repos in london anymore!

zimbabwe here we come!

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Aw, come on. I've been shafted by Gordon more than most on here!!

If you are moving money about without any thought other than your own wealth, then it sums up exactly why we have boom and bust and poverty for the poor. Why not invest in something real, something that you know offers value to your community or society. If you can't find anything, just put it somewhere safe.

The day we went global. No; the day people were able to think of nothing other than the return was the day we waved goodbye to scoiety.

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£50B for the next 3 months is £17B/mo which is less than £125B/5=£25B/mo in past 5 months (March-July).

QE slowdown will decelerate and postpone £ RIP => perfectly sensible to buy time till election.

Isn't it an extra 50bn on top of the 25 bn already authorised? so, $75k over the next three months???

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If you are moving money about without any thought other than your own wealth, then it sums up exactly why we have boom and bust and poverty for the poor. Why not invest in something real, something that you know offers value to your community or society. If you can't find anything, just put it somewhere safe.

The day we went global. No; the day people were able to think of nothing other than the return was the day we waved goodbye to scoiety.

Too many people want things now.....on plastic. Unprepared to save.

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If you are moving money about without any thought other than your own wealth, then it sums up exactly why we have boom and bust and poverty for the poor. Why not invest in something real, something that you know offers value to your community or society. If you can't find anything, just put it somewhere safe.

The day we went global. No; the day people were able to think of nothing other than the return was the day we waved goodbye to scoiety.

He did just put it somewhere safe , he put it in a different currency outside of sterling that wasnt devalued on the news, had he not done it the GBP would now be worth 2K less, ie not safe

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Aw, come on. I've been shafted by Gordon more than most on here!!

nah, not your fault, you did fine.

I'm just pissed at Brown yet again.

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If you are moving money about without any thought other than your own wealth, then it sums up exactly why we have boom and bust and poverty for the poor. Why not invest in something real, something that you know offers value to your community or society. If you can't find anything, just put it somewhere safe.

The day we went global. No; the day people were able to think of nothing other than the return was the day we waved goodbye to scoiety.

You haven't the slightest clue have you?

Do you really think I'm a currency speculator?

Idiot.

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