Monday, Aug 07, 2006

Denmark raises base rate

MSN Money: Danish Central Bank Raises Key Rates

Denmark's central bank on Thursday raised its main lending and discount rates a quarter-point, to 3.25 percent and 3 percent, respectively.

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1. sebastian said...

National average "28,210", doubt it. Interesting read though, glad that people are actually refusing to buy.

Monday, August 7, 2006 09:30AM Report Comment

2. George Monsoon said...

28,000 - Now that would be really nice.!

I am on considerably less than the national average, and I am considered to be on a good wack where I live.

Monday, August 7, 2006 11:14AM Report Comment

3. sebastian said...

Confused, don't think I meant to post that here... :S

Monday, August 7, 2006 11:59AM Report Comment

4. Retiredbanker said...

George M.

In what part of the UK do you live ?.

My son-in-law manages a factory in the East Midlands,and tells me that 11/12k p.a. is considered a
reasonable wage for the scutters in that locality. Relatives in East Anglia, Cornwall, and Yorkshire say
it's the same for those areas.

That's not even a reasonable pension!

Monday, August 7, 2006 01:18PM Report Comment

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