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Consumer spending 'stabilising'

I think many others have mentioned the 'slope of hope'. But I hearby nominate 'stabilising' as the spin merchants favourite word.

Notice also that they put the word 'stabilising' in single quotes - suggesting it is a quote from someone. In fact it is just the BBC quoting themselves.

Consumer spending down, mortgage lending down, unemployment up, inflation up. Don't panic everyone - It's 'stabilising'

I think we expect it to be 'stabilising' all the way to the bottom.

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