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Bill D'arblay

Bbc Reports The Slowdown As "uk Economy Records Fastest Growth Since 2007"

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2.6%...on dubious inflation stats...this is why no one trusts politicians.

In 2012, romney/ryans debt reduction plan was predicated on 30 unbroken years of 5% annual growth...something that has never happened in the history of the US. (or probably the world!) We get half that and its the best figure in over half a decade, and all it took was a 6% deficit.

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Much slower H2 2014 than H1 as the credit impulse from HtB/FLS evaporated.

Osborne will need to borrow more than indicated in 2015 to maintain the illusion of recovery.

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Much slower H2 2014 than H1 as the credit impulse from HtB/FLS evaporated.

Osborne will need to borrow more than indicated in 2015 to maintain the illusion of recovery.

His plan is for private debt to reach never before seen levels to keep this wondrous economy flying to the moon.

Dont have time to find a link but it was briefly in the news several months ago.

You'd think the Russians could spike his dealers coke supply and do us all a favour.

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Well I suppose there is also the fall in oil prices to feed through and also strengthening of Sterling against the Euro. CPI must be likely to go negative %year on year. If consumer spending and house price growth slows into general election That will ffurther drag on CPI. We have had alot of press on deflation.

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