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I find the current extent of the media frenzy in reporting repossessions, bankruptcy, IVA's and now even whinging about inheritance tax on the BBC this morning absolutely incredulous :blink:

It seems the rate rise has allowed a free for all on reporting on the state of the economy as if it is something that has happened overnight. :lol:

Though I think the media do accurately reflect the 'ostrich with its head in the sand' attitude of some of the population i.e do nothing until the evidence rolls over them like a juggernaut.

Ah well....

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I find the current extent of the media frenzy in reporting repossessions, bankruptcy, IVA's and now even whinging about inheritance tax on the BBC this morning absolutely incredulous :blink:

We're done selling the bipolar generation greed in this asset class, now it's time to start selling them fear; they really do have an insatiable appetite for both.

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Surely all this new found debt-related hysteria in the media is going to help get a crash going, though? I've been hearing for ages about how the media, property porn etc. have been fueling a boom. Now, with even papers like the Daily Wail printing stories about insolvencies and rising interest rates, surely the reverse should happen, no?

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