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The Global Housing Boom Is The Biggest Financial Bubble In History

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They had a review of "The Economists" predictions for 2006, bird flu, and a collapse in the worldwide housing bubble.

Of course the discussion panel then went on to discuss bird flu, and nuclear waste. People in this country just can't handle the thought of falling house prices. It's amazing.

...If house prices fall, consumers might feel poorer, and stop spending, and the resulting slowdown in economies would produce all sorts of consequences, like rising unemployment.

Sound a little bit like the UK?

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They had a review of "The Economists" predictions for 2006,

The Economist is written by the good guys.

Before we get confused, BandWagon were you referring to a panel of rent-a-quotes or to the publication ?

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They had a review of "The Economists" predictions for 2006, bird flu, and a collapse in the worldwide housing bubble.

Of course the discussion panel then went on to discuss bird flu, and nuclear waste. People in this country just can't handle the thought of falling house prices. It's amazing.

Im surprised the BBC didnt have an economic "expert" on-hand to laugh off the suggestions that house prices may fall <_<

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Im surprised the BBC didnt have an economic "expert" on-hand to laugh off the suggestions that house prices may fall <_<

They would have rushed out to get a BTL landlord, and Estate Agent and a developer to give a clear experienced view of the housing market. I love those....

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Im surprised the BBC didnt have an economic "expert" on-hand to laugh off the suggestions that house prices may fall <_<

Hmm, some canned laughter wouldn't have surprised me, cut off suddenly comedy style.

:lol::huh:

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  • 302 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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