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Massive increases in money supply is often blamed for many of the problems the UK is having economically right?.

Granted a great deal of this money is imaginary and exists as numbers on a banks computer systems, but there is a lot more of the paper stuff too (well cotton rag).

Therefore my question is this , who supplies the ink and the paper rag and all the other gubbins required to print more money?.

Seems like a good time to buy a ton of shares in such companies as Gordo is ensuring those printers are going to be working over time...

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Massive increases in money supply is often blamed for many of the problems the UK is having economically right?.

Granted a great deal of this money is imaginary and exists as numbers on a banks computer systems, but there is a lot more of the paper stuff too (well cotton rag).

Therefore my question is this , who supplies the ink and the paper rag and all the other gubbins required to print more money?.

Seems like a good time to buy a ton of shares in such companies as Gordo is ensuring those printers are going to be working over time...

Yes they will be making a mint

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Massive increases in money supply is often blamed for many of the problems the UK is having economically right?.

Granted a great deal of this money is imaginary and exists as numbers on a banks computer systems, but there is a lot more of the paper stuff too (well cotton rag).

Therefore my question is this , who supplies the ink and the paper rag and all the other gubbins required to print more money?.

Seems like a good time to buy a ton of shares in such companies as Gordo is ensuring those printers are going to be working over time...

It doesn't grow on trees you know

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  • 401 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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