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Rics Chartbook September 2010

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Some good charts on here:

http://www.rics.org/site/download_feed.aspx?fileID=7337&fileExtension=PDF

It's quite plain to see where the 1.2% GDP figure came from. Gordon manipulating the economy for his own evil ends:

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Without this surge in public spending on construction will we be back in recession within months?

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Some good charts on here:

http://www.rics.org/site/download_feed.aspx?fileID=7337&fileExtension=PDF

It's quite plain to see where the 1.2% GDP figure came from. Gordon manipulating the economy for his own evil ends:

chart1e.jpg

chart2.jpg

Without this surge in public spending on construction will we be back in recession within months?

Has the private sector ever got out of recession?

I'll ask again, is incurring 10-15% of GDP debt each and every year to induce 1.5% or so GDP 'growth' per year a good idea?

Just looking at the figures, I would think not.

Blancheflower/Krugman/BBC seem to think otherwise.

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I think charts C and F are quite shocking. Uk construction output 20 times the average *after* the biggest recession for 70 years? Somethings not right there.

There's actually some good housing charts on there too.

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