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Just as well we have Crash to protect us and ward off the unspoken "I" word with his bag of magic tricks

Don't worry, everything is fine. The Reichsmark Chancellor (in his omniscient magnificence) foresaw the commodities boom (well, apart from gold). In order to insulate the UK from inflationary increases in raw material costs, he preemptively destroyed our manufacturing industry.

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Don't worry, everything is fine. The Reichsmark Chancellor (in his omniscient magnificence) foresaw the commodities boom (well, apart from gold). In order to insulate the UK from inflationary increases in raw material costs, he preemptively destroyed our manufacturing industry.

lol - all he has to do now is rig the high street up to nuclear reactors and all is well ...

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Looks like at least two .25% rate rises this year for Euroland are stone wall certainty now.

Yes--and that's assuming Japan stand pat on zero % which they are not! :lol:

How is Gordon going to work another borrowing miracle to get around this one?

http://today.reuters.com/tv/videoStory.asp...745275144d18d34

Japan GDP grows, higher rates loom

Report

02:27

Japan's economic growth slowed in Q1 but not as dramatically as expected,
raising prospects of a rate move.
Expansion hit a half percent after a blistering last quarter of 2005, while capital spending punctuated what is now Japan's second longest growth spurt in post-War history.
The government spokesman said Japanese domestic demand continued, while the nation was turning the corner in its long fight against deflation.
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Don't worry, everything is fine. The Reichsmark Chancellor (in his omniscient magnificence) foresaw the commodities boom (well, apart from gold). In order to insulate the UK from inflationary increases in raw material costs, he preemptively destroyed our manufacturing industry.

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  • 339 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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