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I think most will agree that we will experience a subprime problem in the not to distant future, has this already been priced into the markets or are we looking at much bigger falls in the coming months when the penny drops?

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I think most will agree that we will experience a subprime problem in the not to distant future, has this already been priced into the markets or are we looking at much bigger falls in the coming months when the penny drops?

British companies are good at keeping bad news quiet for as long as possible.

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British companies are good at keeping bad news quiet for as long as possible.

I also think the real carnage will start once it is obvious to everyone that Britain is sliding into the greatest depression in its history.

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I think most will agree that we will experience a subprime problem in the not to distant future, has this already been priced into the markets or are we looking at much bigger falls in the coming months when the penny drops?

Well iam sticking to my original analysis aug- autumn, i also see foreign investors sell up, dropping of money returns , a possible housing down turn and massive debt.

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