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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/brexit-has-not-caused-a-sharp-slowdown-in-business-activity-bank-of-england-says-a7145796.html

"Brexit has not caused a sharp slowdown in business activity, Bank of England says"

err, that;ll be the £250B you gifted to the banks and the fact the giovernment has not actually invoked article 50 yet...nor do I expect them to.

Meanwhile we get this cracker

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Everything is even better than we thougt...Emplyment at record high

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/03/16/uk-employment-hits-another-record-as-wages-climb/

But still IRs are at 0.5%.

This is insanitry

The BoE/Carnet is fooling no one. The IRs are there to keep the bankers going and their bubble expanding/expanded.

They must think they can support their insane prices with tax payers for ever

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Net immigration will be capped at 500,000/yr, with Mrs Merkel's consent.

What has that got to do with it.....the greatest immigration in recent times has come from outside the EU.......not saying good or bad, but to blame the European people for all our woes is rather naive.......highly educated people with skills from the whole world will compete with our citizens on a higher level...... ;)

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What has that got to do with it.....the greatest immigration in recent times has come from outside the EU.......not saying good or bad, but to blame the European people for all our woes is rather naive.......highly educated people with skills from the whole world will compete with our citizens on a higher level...... ;)

Greatest from outside, but not by a huge margin. The EU is therefore very much part of the problem, even though it isn't the entire problem.

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Everything is fine, so we're going to cut the base rate from it's 315 year all-time-low to a new all-time-low next month.

Everything is fine, but we note that the UK has doubled its debt in 8 years, and is currently net borrowing £8Bn+ a month.

Everything is fine, but if the UK government removed tax credits, we'd be looking at 5 million+ unemployed, so looks like we're stuck in a net borrowing rut.

Everything is fine, but we're repaying £1.4Bn a week in interest alone on our current £1.7Tn debt.

Everything is fine.

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Greatest from outside, but not by a huge margin. The EU is therefore very much part of the problem, even though it isn't the entire problem.

Me I go with the flow so neutral in all this.....but I will say non EU citizens will benefit greatly from brexit because they will have a better chance of entering the UK if that is what they desire..... ;)

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Net immigration will be capped at 500,000/yr, with Mrs Merkel's consent.

...and employers in the UK will continue to receive a bounty Euro 1,000 from the EU for hiring their citizens ..with air fares paid for interviews ...this all helps the remain campaign, who love this type of operation which keeps UK graduates and workers out of jobs.....these 'remainers' are all so bright and well informed..... :rolleyes:

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Here here.

I would swap a good few million of one troublesome sizeable ethnic minority we have in the UK for a few million more Polish or Czech any day.

Brexit is good for those who have a vested interest in brexit......don't think those that think will benefit will benefit.....there is no black or white only various shades of grey. ;)

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DJIA looks like setting a new all-time, lifetime high again today. Finished up 9 out of the last 9 trading sessions if it stays green!

Everything is awesome in the Keynesian Magic Kingdom. :D

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