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10 years since the start of the financial crisis, did it ever end?

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Was mentioned a few times on BBC Wake Up To Money today, and also in this Telegraph article:

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/08/07/10-years-since-credit-crunch-began-safe-repeat-financial-crisis/

 

It appears to be 10 years since the start of the Credit Crunch / Financial Crisis.

 

My question is, did it ever end?  (if so when?)

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No the financial crisis for workers and saver, and people looking to buy a house to live in is ongoing, been the worst time in living memory to want to buy a house and the worst time in history save.

Theyve robbed us blind and mocked us for 10 years and got away with it.

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Nope

The debts have been transferred to us (government) and individuals have borrowed even more.

Just look at China (the centre of it all) and the scale of debt created since the crisis.

 

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