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Bank Of England Holds Interest Rate For Third Month

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they are *****. they are meant to control inflation. it is well above target, even the reported ********. rates should have gone up.

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yeah!!! I totally wanted the rates to go up 4%

I cant believe there isn't a thread on thinon news. Its the highlight of the beginning of the month for me.

how can we see sqealing BTL's if they dont turn the gas up?

little piggies!!! I'll Huff And I'll Puff And I'll Blow Your BTL Portfolio Down.

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People must be scared. My moronic workmates were asking me if I had heard what interest rates were doing today. I hadn't at that time but I said I expect a hold. Makes a change for them to ask me for my opinions rather than mock my non house buying.

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Rates should have gone up, but given avg UK debt and an economy based on borrowing, I think they did well to hold, Merv must be under massive pressure, B&B pretty much just folded and some large employers are looking very shaky, BOE remit is inflation, but sterling de-vlaution and a bit of inflation is the best mix. Otherwise the mob get angry.

Shame Halifax figures aren't inflation adjusted? or are they? a 10% drop in house prices in 1 year + a 13% devlautaion in curency + real inflation of 10% = The best way to mug your population. It seems much less harsh than 33% inflation or 33%reduction in house prices (although that is still to come) or a 33% reduction in GBP.

I bet my life on that fact Merv wanted to increase faster and alot longer ago, saddly Gordon Brown has furnished his MPC with staff that tow the party line and pound to a penny that useless **** Blanchflower still voted for a massive cut.

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