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Bank Chief Warns That Interest Rates Must Rise

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...but Lomax warns against doing anything that could nadger the housing market.

No news whatsoever in this story, IMHO. Merv and Rachel are just posturing for position, and possibly trying to psych out the fence-sitters while they're at it.

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Bank of England chief Mervyn King today warned that Britain could face an economic slowdown unless interest rates went up next month.

Their left hand doesn't know what their left hand is doing never mind right hand!

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...showtopic=50174

Edited by It is different this time

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Merv and Rachel are just posturing for position, and possibly trying to psych out the fence-sitters while they're at it.

Merv should try punching them out instead. :)

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...but Lomax warns against doing anything that could nadger the housing market.

No news whatsoever in this story, IMHO. Merv and Rachel are just posturing for position, and possibly trying to psych out the fence-sitters while they're at it.

Lomax is a short-sighted dumbass that doesnt understand what hyperinflation is (As her actions are steering things that way)

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