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The great and good have come out heavily against his last cut. Esp. in like of thr UK economy not collapsing.

The banks are getting reamed now on their net interest margin.

Not sure if carnage has a plan, of just hoing ghru ghe motions.

Really, govs should have nothing to dk eith ex GS. The company is so bent and ramps its own book all the time. Should havd thrown it under ghe bus like Steve Cohen.

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Not sure if carnage has a plan, of just hoing ghru ghe motions.

Hi plan is evident, to me at least...keep the economy growing....by making house prices grow at insane rates on top of insane prices.

I cant see any down side to this anymore....This is a GREAT plan.

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He's worried that the current ZIRP environment that he's hoping to maintain is going to see banks scrabbling around the legal fringes.

Well I'd like to see him held responsible for the actions of BOE. Won't happen and he'll just walk away from the damage his actions have created with a fat pension.

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He's worried that the current ZIRP environment that he's hoping to maintain is going to see banks scrabbling around the legal fringes.

But that's fine because he funds them with more and more freshly printed money

Take about fraud IMHO

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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/dishonest-bankers-threaten-new-financial-crisis-says-mark-carney-a7218156.html

Dishonest bankers threaten new financial crisis says Bank of England Governor Mark Carney

In 2008 the Government paid off the dishonest bankers with honest tax payers money.

I'm not sure the bankers are more dishonest than their Government.

Who here honestly thinks they would not do the same again?

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Like so many things....little will be done about it because so many gain from it...why would they care about the ones it affects? That is the effect.......to them the numbers are so great the negatives will be distributed widely....the cause will be lost in the process.;)

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. Inevitable double post, that'll learn me to wisecrack.

Edit: just saw cantbuywontbuy beat me to it anyway. Back to bed!

Edited by Dorkins

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I din't notice it was garbled - but then being a left hooker this stuff looks normal:

You might not realize it, but your brain is a code-cracking machine.

For emaxlpe, it deson’t mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod aepapr, the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer are in the rghit pcale. The rset can be a toatl mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit pobelrm.

S1M1L4RLY, Y0UR M1ND 15 R34D1NG 7H15 4U70M471C4LLY W17H0U7 3V3N 7H1NK1NG 4B0U7 17.

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. Inevitable double post, that'll learn me to wisecrack.

Edit: just saw cantbuywontbuy beat me to it anyway. Back to bed!

The smme jok thress tubes does sugesitnn that ther's ad appetinte for the crwodfund.

(BTW - I love your approach spyguy, just bang it out and let the reader sort it out if they care to - I always do care to and I can always sort it out. A new tablet would ruin things. Accept their money but blow it painting the town red.)

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The smme jok thress tubes does sugesitnn that ther's ad appetinte for the crwodfund.

(BTW - I love your approach spyguy, just bang it out and let the reader sort it out if they care to - I always do care to and I can always sort it out. A new tablet would ruin things. Accept their money but blow it painting the town red.)

Id like a new tablet.

With a bluetooth keyboard.

Ill have a Sony Z4.

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ye no shit, when the BOJ BOE ECB and BOA spend a life time of productivity buying out the markets and institutionalizing the businesses into a marxist dictatorship is it any wonder? i like the idea of government being run like a business for profit but the problem lies in the fact that no body values the business the central banks are taking under tax payer funding.

eg. the uk banks are competing with modernization which is removing them from existence (also due 2 internal theft by their own employees) and an open market would have let them die but now the uk owns these failed institutions. their is no profit in this and we pay tax to complete.

the financial crisis he is taking about is that the tax payers are on the hook for the share values of companies that no body uses, the tax which has been used 2 buy these businesses is now spent, with no stream of income left from tax payers weather it be the incomes from the business bought or from the workers which that money was spent buying out the markets. the only way left is currency devaluation or war, ill go with the former because the illuminati want 2 rid the world of cash and all the gold and silver has been removed from the uk so the coinage is gone...

i mean seriously, what they gona do, finish buying the banking sector, then fine themselves for misconduct? and if anything remains pay themselves a dividend? there is no way the dividend payment would cover the cost of the court case lmao. i bet they do this <---- then hire a consultancy firm to conduct an audit at 3x market rate.

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I din't notice it was garbled - but then being a left hooker this stuff looks normal:

You might not realize it, but your brain is a code-cracking machine.

For emaxlpe, it deson’t mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod aepapr, the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer are in the rghit pcale. The rset can be a toatl mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit pobelrm.

S1M1L4RLY, Y0UR M1ND 15 R34D1NG 7H15 4U70M471C4LLY W17H0U7 3V3N 7H1NK1NG 4B0U7 17.

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In 2008 the Government paid off the dishonest bankers with honest tax payers money.

I'm not sure the bankers are more dishonest than their Government.

Who here honestly thinks they would not do the same again?

In 2008 banks expected taxpayers to bail them out, this time they know for certain it will happen. Help to Bail Banks is a promise that if banks lose money on property, taxpayers will cover their losses.

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That last interest rate drop took the biscuit and then some. The most transparent boe sanctioned house price ramping ever. Utter disgrace.

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Research by New City Agenda, a financial services think-tank, earlier this year found that Britain’s banks and building societies had incurred £33bn in misconduct costs between 2010 and 2014 – roughly equal to the sum they paid out in dividends to shareholders over the same period.

They are such contributors to the economy.

Fine them then give it back to them in bailouts.

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In 2008 banks expected taxpayers to bail them out, this time they know for certain it will happen. Help to Bail Banks is a promise that if banks lose money on property, taxpayers will cover their losses.

Via HTB the tax payer has already guaranteed it.

Why do you think they are happy to lend insane mortgages to sub-prime borrowers...

It's criminal, nothing less. IMHO

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