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Tried to listen to this interview of Carney, however the BBC have mangled the audio.

Apparently the interview touched on how the BOE monitor the housing market.

Did they ruin it deliberately?

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Bank of England's Mark Carney on loss of confidence in markets

People have lost confidence in the financial markets, suggests a Bank of England survey.

But basically in my mind, commodities are going down - the FTSE is really down because it is full of miners.

Additionally why would you invest in the UK stock market? Look at the recent Globo scandal - where were the auditors? They signed off the accounts, and then they went bust in the following weeks, with the CEO cashing in £12m and legging it out the UK. Where are the FCA? AIM is full of scumbags - no one in their right mind would put money in the UK stock market!

Frankly, I'd be looking to invest in the US stocks, as opposed to the UK stocks - they're not going anywhere. London, the only thing people would put money into, is the bricks and mortar. The truth is - they want London property to go up, as that backs the crumbling confidence of the stock market!

Edited by 200p

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I don't have flash player updated to listen...

Bank of England's Mark Carney on loss of confidence in markets

People have lost confidence in the financial markets, suggests a Bank of England survey.

But basically in my mind, commodities are going down - the FTSE is really down because it is full of miners.

Additionally why would you invest in the UK stock market? Look at the recent Globo scandal - where were the auditors? They signed off the accounts, and then they went bust in the following weeks, with the CEO cashing in £12m and legging it out the UK. Where are the FCA? AIM is full of scumbags - no one in their right mind would put money in the UK stock market!

Frankly, I'd be looking to invest in the US stocks, as opposed to the UK stocks - they're not going anywhere. London, the only thing people would put money into, is the bricks and mortar. The truth is - they want London property to go up, as that backs the crumbling confidence of the stock market!

US stocks are doing the same as UK property though.

public money being pushed in to keep valuations insanely high(like 29* earnings when average is about 15-16*)..or in UK housing terms 8* single income when long term average is 3.5-4*

very little proper capital being deployed for generating new business..just share buy-backs+consolidation........or in UK terms the rapidly expanding BTL portfolio

neither are the mark of a healthy economy...both in need of a 50% re-adjustment.

Edited by oracle

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