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Employment recovery 'has stalled'
Today, 04:58 am
The recovery in employment levels has "stalled", with a growing number of employers planning to make staff redundant, according to new research.
A survey of 600 employers found that a third expected to cut jobs in the next three months, the worst figure for a year and up from one in four at the end of 2009.

Unless, of course, there is such a thing as a jobless recovereh. Trouble is we have a productionless recovereh and exportless recovereah already underway. Add a jobless recovereh and we might not have a reovereh at all and end up going into the double dip along with everyone else who indulged in HPI madness for a decade or more.

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Employment recovery 'has stalled'
Today, 04:58 am
The recovery in employment levels has "stalled", with a growing number of employers planning to make staff redundant, according to new research.
A survey of 600 employers found that a third expected to cut jobs in the next three months, the worst figure for a year and up from one in four at the end of 2009.

Unless, of course, there is such a thing as a jobless recovereh. Trouble is we have a productionless recovereh and exportless recovereah already underway. Add a jobless recovereh and we might not have a reovereh at all and end up going into the double dip along with everyone else who indulged in HPI madness for a decade or more.

theyve rescued bankers.

theyve made the rest of us a bit poorer. a bit less able to rescue anyone.

and they say they are in control....I dont beleive them.

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theyve rescued bankers.

theyve made the rest of us a bit poorer. a bit less able to rescue anyone.

and they say they are in control....I dont beleive them.

They probably don't really think they are in control though. Its a sharade to make the rich richer and let everyone else go hang. These are the end throws of a desperate elite. Pull up the drawbridge!

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They probably don't really think they are in control though. Its a sharade to make the rich richer and let everyone else go hang. These are the end throws of a desperate elite. Pull up the drawbridge!

some Investment fund guy on Doomberg, called Low, was spouting on about what the Fed is going to do next...he thought QE was the only answer...for markets and the economy...in that order.

cant lower rates. Cant raise stimulus. QE was the answer.

course, letting a few bankers drown in their own shite credit would be another option.

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It is the failure of Capitalism.

Markets and consequent economic activity do not respond positively to pessimism, which is all Daft Dave is offering.

Until it is obvious that there is easy money to be made, the private sector will stay away.

When so much of the public sector is being wound down, there will be no growth.

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some Investment fund guy on Doomberg, called Low, was spouting on about what the Fed is going to do next...he thought QE was the only answer...for markets and the economy...in that order.

cant lower rates. Cant raise stimulus. QE was the answer.

course, letting a few bankers drown in their own shite credit would be another option.

Jolly good. QE, a totally theoretical silver bullet that cannot be quantified as a success is the only answer.

Now tell me more about letting the bankers fry... i like to day dream now and again.

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It is the failure of Capitalism.

Markets and consequent economic activity do not respond positively to pessimism, which is all Daft Dave is offering.

Until it is obvious that there is easy money to be made, the private sector will stay away.

When so much of the public sector is being wound down, there will be no growth.

TPB cannot print enough iou's to supply milk to children and joker's blame capitalism :D

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It is the failure of Capitalism.

Markets and consequent economic activity do not respond positively to pessimism, which is all Daft Dave is offering.

Until it is obvious that there is easy money to be made, the private sector will stay away.

When so much of the public sector is being wound down, there will be no growth.

But what's happening isn't "capitalism". I really don't understand your comment at all.

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Jolly good. QE, a totally theoretical silver bullet that cannot be quantified as a success is the only answer.

Now tell me more about letting the bankers fry... i like to day dream now and again.

Think about it , WE ARE THE BANKERS. To beat them "sacrification " is required.

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But what's happening isn't "capitalism". I really don't understand your comment at all.

That is the point. Nothing is happening because the private sector does not see the opportunity to make money.

Daft Dave's strategy is driven by the assumption that there will be a massive upturn in private sector employment.

He has never made the case for why this will happen, just believes that it will.

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But what's happening isn't "capitalism". I really don't understand your comment at all.

that's the point, we would be responsible for our sustenance under capitalism.

We have morphed from socialism [ mixed] to something like "richism" where we

the people are like a giant cow backing the wolves milk derivatives, nutritionally deprived, but exponentially sucked to death.

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That is the point. Nothing is happening because the private sector does not see the opportunity to make money.

Daft Dave's strategy is driven by the assumption that there will be a massive upturn in private sector employment.

He has never made the case for why this will happen, just believes that it will.

Plenty is happening.

Wasteful production is being gotten rid of.

new opportunities will arrive...we dont need Government to tell us what they are...because they wont be right.

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