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Online At Once Record: 3,150

On 28 November 2011 - 12:08 AM

Not so long ago. I was expecting to see the record still holding from 2008/09.

Just a reminder of the main financial news from that day; 28 November 2011

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/debt-crisis-live/8919644/Debt-crisis-as-it-happened-November-28-2011.html

Quite a few serious 'negatives' that day, or market forces trying to bring change on what was, and authorities wanting to protect as it has been (including house prices kept high, and certain businesses not allowed to fail).

People like Merv still pushing the idea good businesses risks can't borrow, rather than many good business risks not wanting to borrow. Seems to have all steadied up since, with rosy talk about recovery.

We thought that by now funding conditions would be better but in fact they are worse. That's one of the things that has made assessing the economy very difficult.

Expect to see new 'online at once' records broken as continued attempts to jump-start debt-based growth finally falter. Also hoping for it to occur through ever more non home-owners joining HPC, to share housing-economy knowledge and discussion.

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