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https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-8583931/Another-100bn-stimulus-rates-face-cut-zero.html

The Bank of England could launch a further stimulus package worth as much as £100billion before it cuts rates to below zero, economists are forecasting.

Economists say interest rates are likely to remain at 0.1 per cent when the Bank meets this week.

But data firm Bloomberg said the money markets are already beginning to price in a cut to negative in the second quarter next year. And one expert has even raised the possibility of the Bank at some point introducing restrictions on the use of cash.

A move to negative interest rates – the first time ever in Britain - would mean commercial banks being charged to lodge their money with the Bank, and those charges, in turn, would be passed on to their customers.

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26 minutes ago, shlomo said:

So many truths are being undone, this is a shock to the system, i wonder where we are going.

Truth?  We are far past that and are in “post truth” which is code for we have been lied to for so long that we accept it and doubt what we know or that we can change ten system

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6 hours ago, msi said:

Housing is hard to hide, but you can hide a DB4 in your mates shed.

Guns, rice, beans and ammo would probably be a better investment at this point.

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


      • down 5% +
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      • up 5%



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