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personaly i think its time to get rid of it, it sends out the wrong message - basically it is a piece of vi propoganda for a gentle slow down.

That's a bit rich. It was only put up to "prove" a crash was coming. Now that it hasn't come, you want it removed, presumably because it reminds you of the fact!

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Can the graph on the frount page be updated? Its out of date again ;p

I think it should stay. It's there to prove a point and watching it plateau is teaching us all something new.... Dunno what yet!

We are in uncharted territory here. The graph hasn't carried on going up, it hasn't plummeted down... it's just done that thing that we thought was impossible.... plateaued at a very high level.

Removing it would only undermine this website and remove whatever credibility it has left.

FYI, I am a bear, but as a scientist I have to say... the numbers speak for themselves.

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I think it should stay. It's there to prove a point and watching it plateau is teaching us all something new.... Dunno what yet!

We are in uncharted territory here. The graph hasn't carried on going up, it hasn't plummeted down... it's just done that thing that we thought was impossible.... plateaued at a very high level.

Removing it would only undermine this website and remove whatever credibility it has left.

FYI, I am a bear, but as a scientist I have to say... the numbers speak for themselves.

I don't understand why, in a low inflation environment, it can't plateau.

It's easier for corrections to happen in a high wage inflation environment, with stagnating nominal prices, but to expect real falls.......

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