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My neighbour had me lost for words yesterday. He was complaining about buying his home in the 1980's when "interest rates were really high and now you youngsters have really low interest rates, which is affecting our savings!"

I wouldn't mind but he knows that despite both having reasonably well paid jobs (but not good enough for London) we are unable to afford to buy a property. I also explained that some not so young individuals save and are affected by low interest rates too!

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Some of us are just FATED to be at the rubbish end of any macro-economic situation. Go easy on us please. Its Karma. We didn't chose it :lol::lol::lol: (thats called laughing in the face of the adversity :P )

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