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Merv King A Fool, Or Perhaps....

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Let's review the situation we're at. This site started predicitng HPC in 2004. Eight months into the credit-crunch, prices have not changed much and the BOE governor expects them to be 'broadly stable.' Is he the idiot then? Or perhaps someone else is!

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Let's review the situation we're at. This site started predicitng HPC in 2004. Eight months into the credit-crunch, prices have not changed much and the BOE governor expects them to be 'broadly stable.' Is he the idiot then? Or perhaps someone else is!

By same merrit Tony Blair appointed Gordon Brown (Our now un-appointed leader) head of financial affairs and he sold the nations gold reserves at 1/3 of todays current price. But hell I am just an ignorant grunt and those guys in power must know what they are doing...

Why else would they be in charge?

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By same merrit Tony Blair appointed Gordon Brown (Our now un-appointed leader) head of financial affairs and he sold the nations gold reserves at 1/3 of todays current price. But hell I am just an ignorant grunt and those guys in power must know what they are doing...

Why else would they be in charge?

Brown's is a political appointment, King is a civil servant. I think there is a difference!

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    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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