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Its Plan A, why would you need a Plan B? If you QE/Inflate your way out of debt why would you need another plan higher inflation doesn't need a plan B it just happens and erodes debt away nicely...

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Its Plan A, why would you need a Plan B? If you QE/Inflate your way out of debt why would you need another plan higher inflation doesn't need a plan B it just happens and erodes debt away nicely...

Duh plan A = print money Plan B see plan A...

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Duh plan A = print money Plan B see plan A...

Nope:

Plan A: Print

Plan B: Print 2x

Plan C: Print 4x

Plan D: Print 8x

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a ) Direct debt monetization i.e. bond issuance bought with brand new "magicked from nowhere" money, Gov then spends it on infrastructure.

b ) Tax reductions.

c ) Hope the bond markets don't have a fit.

If you're properly committed to a) you don't need to care about c) - see current US policy. The currency markets on the other hand, they might just see a few dramatic changes.

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If you're properly committed to a) you don't need to care about c) - see current US policy. The currency markets on the other hand, they might just see a few dramatic changes.

a ) Direct debt monetization i.e. bond issuance bought with brand new "magicked from nowhere" money, Gov then spends it on infrastructure.

Thats Plan B surely, as Plan A a ) Direct debt monetization i.e. bond issuance bought with brand new "magicked from nowhere" money, Gov then gives it to banks to speculate with and pay themselves large bonuses?

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You guys have learned well the new paradigm. Economy slow down? Increase the deficit. Bond rates going up? Monetize more. Every day even Sunday's we're running a deficit averaging £500 million.

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  • 276 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    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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