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Rise In Insolvencies From 1998 To Date

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Guest Charlie The Tramp

The big rise appears to have started in 2004 when interest rates were climbng to 4.75%. As interest rates rise in the future the resulting impact is going to be quite frightening.

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The big rise appears to have started in 2004 when interest rates were climbng to 4.75%. As interest rates rise in the future the resulting impact is going to be quite frightening.

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This graph appears to have a projection for 2008?

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This is a very interesting chart from The Insolvency Service:

http://www.insolvency.gov.uk/otherinformat...00604/index.htm

The rate of increase is significant.

Does anyone know where the stats might be for the period from the late 80's?

This appeared on a thread yesterday.

http://www.statistics.gov.uk/STATBASE/ssda...t.asp?vlnk=6442

Check out the above link for the stats between 1986-2001

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This appeared on a thread yesterday.

http://www.statistics.gov.uk/STATBASE/ssda...t.asp?vlnk=6442

Check out the above link for the stats between 1986-2001

Doesn't seem to be working that link so found it again here: http://www.statistics.gov.uk/StatBase/Expo...heets/D6442.xls

(It's seems I'm all in a kafuffle, these are repo's not insolvencies - sorry)

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