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Very similar to the thirties.

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economics coverage is dreadful on tv, they never talk about the real problem and how it came about and their proposed solutions which is to print money and further debase currencies

they trot out all the cliche's, it's dreadful and a massive disservice

also notice how no one has questioned Gordon Brown's decision to sell our gold at $280 an ounce?

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A 10% drop in house prices makes the loan 'look sub prime'.

We is fooked, :blink::blink:

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Guest Charlie The Tramp

Jeremy used the term Phoney War, spot on, games are being played, and the players are out to win the top prize.

Many takeovers to come and at the end more powerful Financial Institutions.

Who will become the Tesco of the Banking System ? ;)

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Guest Shedfish

it's ok, it's contained. Paulson said so.

maybe he was talking about a fart he did while taking a bath

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Jeremy used the term Phoney War, spot on, games are being played, and the players are out to win the top prize.

Many takeovers to come and at the end more powerful Financial Institutions.

Who will become the Tesco of the Banking System ? ;)

B & B. :P

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$160 billion stimulus for the economy.

Oil price rise wipes the fiscal stimulus........oops.

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Irwin, "Nobody mentioned the DOW went up today".

er, yes, but only JPM went up - Because it just got a giant present from the US Taxpayer (Bear Strearns for a song, liabilities convered - even their head office is worth $1bn)

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  • 293 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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