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MPs to examine 'unintended consequences' of low interest rates

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8 minutes ago, Inoperational Bumblebee said:

Priming us for a rise?

Please let that be right

After last weeks US rise this could be right ,nothing like giving ones self a chance to put the halo on ones head ...even when the decision is being forced upon the tw@ts

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10 minutes ago, Inoperational Bumblebee said:

Priming us for a rise?

There has been much noise recently.

 

Maybe they are just trying to make the right noises for the old people but I'd imagine TPTB are getting a lot of stick from all quarters now.

Their policies serve on ground and one group only....The rich 1%

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I've read insightful columns from the varying perspectives of the grauniad, btlegraph and ecwonomist all agreeing with this, that the liberal elite have served themselves rather well with low interest rates. The mood music is changing.

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So, the guys who actually craft the legislation wait 8 years until QE pretty much runs out of road, the US kick start the transition from QE and ZIRP to some as yet to be determined form of fiscal dominance and then decide it might be a good time to hold an 'inquiry' into the effects of a program which has effectively just come to an end? 

Good job these people don't hold any positions of responsibility....

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56 minutes ago, TheCountOfNowhere said:

Does this look unintended to you ?

 

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I doubt they'll even look at your chart or anything like it before concluding they are best off continuing the same old, same old, however it would be nice to quote some city politico before the pitchforks are invoked, along the lines, "see you had the chance"

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no need for expensive inquiry...I can give them the conclusion now.... It shifts wealth from the poor to the rich.

As intended.

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3 hours ago, long time lurking said:

Please let that be right

After last weeks US rise this could be right ,nothing like giving ones self a chance to put the halo on ones head ...even when the decision is being forced upon the tw@ts

They'll have no choice.US ten year has moved up considerably over 12 months.

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5 hours ago, long time lurking said:

Please let that be right

After last weeks US rise this could be right ,nothing like giving ones self a chance to put the halo on ones head ...even when the decision is being forced upon the tw@ts

Itll happen. The timing is what the spivs control.

Good time will be when we get some bad brexit news, that'll looks like tw@ts care about the renter savers.

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