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And next year full blown recession as unemployment continues to rise and the housing market collapses.

I hope you guys are ready.

As the saying goes, don't wish for something too much, you may just get it.

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And next year full blown recession as unemployment continues to rise and the housing market collapses.

I hope you guys are ready.

As the saying goes, don't wish for something too much, you may just get it.

I am spartacus!

sorry i mean...

I am ready.

Nothing to loOse , everything to gain.

I need a cool latin saying something along the lines of

"Tommorow will be mine"

Anyways i've got to go and start my 12 hour nightshift, catch you kids later.

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And next year full blown recession as unemployment continues to rise and the housing market collapses.

I hope you guys are ready.

As the saying goes, don't wish for something too much, you may just get it.

don't think we're TECHNICALLY up for a recession next year...I think overseas growth of our largecap's will be just enough to keep UK PLC afloat,but consumer is well and truly shafted for the next couple of years,just hold on to your job if you can.

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Charlie,

I know you were tongue in cheek but from Wikipedia:

"GDP doesn't take into account the black economy, where the money isn't registered, and the non-monetary economy, where no money comes into play at all, resulting in inaccurate or abnormally low GDP figures. For example, in countries with major business transactions occurring informally, portions of local economy are not easily registered. Also, bartering may be more prominent than the use of money, even extending to services (I helped you build your house ten years ago, so now you help me). In Cuba this even goes so far that everyone owns the house they live in, but people are only allowed to swap houses, not sell them."

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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