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watched the news last night and bbc said there is some very worrying data coming out today, has anyone any idea what?

im thinking today could be a large nail in the housing coffin

here hopes so ehhh

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The Bank of England is releasing their inflation report today. I think they also do a webcast that will be archived on their site.

Could that be the worrying data? Why would the inflation data be worrying if they decided it was fine to lower interest rates?

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... I am worried now...

If the data does not come out, I may stay worried.

I am worried that the worrying data may not come out,

and I was not worried before I read that there was worrying data.

But you know there is worrying data and you also know there is more to worry about than people are currently worrying about therefore............why worry?

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