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Tim Weber - Bbc Online Business Ed - Just Tweeted This...

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Pretty obvious what the answer would be though... Merv would whip up some tenners on the Lexmark, buy a few Gilts, and the Treasury would make everybody whole. Just another day for the bankster elite.

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Gordon Browns sperm bank?

Big deficit in deposits and a very low interest rate plus some initial quantative easing did not help. There is some hope that the interest rate may rise in the future because there has been some temporary inflation of the goods but nothing spectacular at the moment.

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"I'm at a dinner discussing what IF another big bank failed. Getting increasingly scared. Whimper."

The implication is that thought is being given to how such a 'theoretical' event might be packaged for public consumption.

Can a 'd' notice be applied to a phrase like 'bail out'? :D

Maybe it could be sanitised to something like 'exogenous vivification ' to obscure the fact that the City boys are back for another helping of taxpayer cash.

One thing is certain, this 'event' will not occur until the bounus's are safely tucked away- other wise people might get the crazy idea that the banks should not be paying themselves billions while their capital base is rotten to the core.

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Frantically trying to find out who he's having dinner with...

I think it is very damned rude to be 'Tweeting' between courses, what has the BBC become to be employing chaps like this?

I shall be cancelling my licence fee in the morning.

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Gordon Browns sperm bank?

Big deficit in deposits and a very low interest rate plus some initial quantative easing did not help. There is some hope that the interest rate may rise in the future because there has been some temporary inflation of the goods but nothing spectacular at the moment.

OP said a big bank. Please keep up!

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I am sure all over the country tonight there were thousands of people out having a meal and discussing the whats and ifs of the economy - I doubt most of them felt the need to tweet it though.

He is not telling us anything other than this came up in conversation - so what?

Now, if he was having dinner with several high level bankers and Government members then that might be interesting - but then surely he should not be revealing the details of such conversations in a tweet? Surely, if at all, he should be reporting it via the meeja organisation that pays his salary?

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Most people who work in the financial sector are well aware that the majority of European Banks are technically insolvent.

Tell us something we don't know ****hole.

BBC needs a good cull.

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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?


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