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Correlation Between Interest Rates

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Can anyone show me how interest rates have had an impact on borrowing over recent years - say since Tony Bliar got in to office. Are there any graphs out there. Is there any correlation over recent years? I'd look myself but sometimes struggle with this kind of stuff - just sent a six page brief through to a client this PM, that was supposed to read in a numbered list - 1), 2), 3), 4), 5), 6), 7), 8) but instead read 1), 4), 5), 2), 3), 6), 7), 8). I then received a concerned e-mail back. The only trouble is this company pays me £800 a day for my work. ARGGHHHHHHHH. This might be a sackable offence in the world of consultancy. Just shows you how rubbish I am with numbers!!!!

Diolch,

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Can anyone show me how interest rates have had an impact on borrowing over recent years - say since Tony Bliar got in to office. Are there any graphs out there. Is there any correlation over recent years?

Interest rates:

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Nominal household debt (£billions):

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Predictably, as interest rates fell, debt rose.

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Just shows you how rubbish I am with numbers!!!!

Gruffydd. Don't worry about it...

Would you like me to proof read all your work before sending? I only charge £100 per evening!

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Can anyone show me how interest rates have had an impact on borrowing over recent years - say since Tony Bliar got in to office. Are there any graphs out there.

Here it is All in One. :unsure:

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....2004... 2005

J 21,800... 17,300

F 21,100... 17,800

M 24,700... 21,100

A 24,900... 21,700

M 24,100... 22,300

J 28,200... 25,800

J 28,900

A 26,500

S 25,400

O 23,200

N 21,700

D 21,300

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