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Bank Review 'will Push Up Cost Of Borrowing’

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/8436522/Bank-review-will-push-up-cost-of-borrowing.html

Bank review 'will push up cost of borrowing’
House buyers and other bank customers will find it more expensive to borrow money under government plans to allow financial institutions to fail, experts have warned.

They just do not get it do they? Not a single lesson learned and the beat goes on.

BTW, the "experts" are the usual suspects.

Makes you want to give up doesn't it. :(

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If Moodys are threatening to downgrade 18 of oufr banks you would have thought somene might have noticed?

There is so much euphoria in the markets recently that news is good no matter what, so long as it is news.

OIL just hit $124. Mr.Miyagi's home town just got hit with a 7.1.

Yaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwn.

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