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Poll of 63 economists:

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/07/27/uk-boe-poll-idUKTRE76Q4C520110727

It is also clear that some economists who track the UK economy are starting to get worried that something more sinister is going on than just weak growth in a period of great economic uncertainty around the globe.

"If the MPC has not raised rates by mid-2012, or is not on the brink of doing so, there is something seriously wrong with the economy, and we would be justified in discussing Japanese-style stagnation," said Peter Dixon, economist at Commerzbank.

Can the MPC resist the pressure in the face of inflation and the ECB raising?

Will it only be a black swan that pushes UK rates up?

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Poll of 63 economists:

http://uk.reuters.co...E76Q4C520110727

Can the MPC resist the pressure in the face of inflation and the ECB raising?

Will it only be a black swan that pushes UK rates up?

If more QE did occur:

1.] Either Cameron and the pathetic political thinktanks, have completely underestimated the information age we live in, and the fact that more QE was expected, was widespread knowledge.

2.] They knew perfectly well, and would like to pretend it was all a surprise to them.

3.] He blatantly lied.

Personally I am looking forward to the dictatorship after the revolution, as the dictatorship will be a lot less damaging to us, than a 2 party system has proven to be.

I'm anti capital punishment. But like millions, I'll turn a blind eye to the last labour cabinet, and the UK governmnet, and the bankers, and the 'others'

Having their heads stuck on pikes.

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There wont be any QE, the bank tapping the emergency BoE fund will be allowed to go to the wall to send a signal that no more socialising of losses will occur, rates will stay where they are until the economy starts significant growth imo. ;)

If more QE did occur:

1.] Either Cameron and the pathetic political thinktanks, have completely underestimated the information age we live in, and the fact that more QE was expected, was widespread knowledge.

2.] They knew perfectly well, and would like to pretend it was all a surprise to them.

3.] He blatantly lied.

Personally I am looking forward to the dictatorship after the revolution, as the dictatorship will be a lot less damaging to us, than a 2 party system has proven to be.

I'm anti capital punishment. But like millions, I'll turn a blind eye to the last labour cabinet, and the UK governmnet, and the bankers, and the 'others'

Having their heads stuck on pikes.

Lest he forget:-

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1219127/Cameron-promise-stop-printing-money.html

David Cameron came under fire last night for saying the policy of printing money will trigger inflation and would be stopped if the Tories win the general election.

The Tory leader's remarks were described as 'wildly dangerous' by a former senior Bank of England official.

Mr Cameron told the Conservative conference: 'If we spend more than we earn, we have to get the money from somewhere.

'Right now the Government is simply printing it. Sometime soon that will have to stop because in the end printing money leads to inflation.'

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are these the same 63 economists who never saw it coming...indeed, never see anything coming?

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The theft recovery continues

Yes, exactly

are these the same 63 economists who never saw it coming...indeed, never see anything coming?

Possibly so, good point sir

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There wont be any QE, the bank tapping the emergency BoE fund will be allowed to go to the wall to send a signal that no more socialising of losses will occur, rates will stay where they are until the economy starts significant growth imo. ;)

Maybe the bank tapping the BoE already went bust (Southsea Bank)

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