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Five Reasons To Be Cheerful Amid The Gloom

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Seems like all us doom mongers are wrong.

Things have never been better apparently:


Apologies if this has already been posted but I could not find it anywhere.

In fact I have just re-read it, is it supposed to be a spoof?

"Yes, it means we all face a lower standard of living as prices outstrip earnings. But if we bite that bullet rather than trying to match inflation, inflation will soon plummet and recovery will be quicker."

Edited by lulu

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