Friday, October 19, 2007

This country’s finances are being run by extras from the Muppet show!

Rock calls on extra £3bn crisis funding

Darling shot his bullets too early - should have saved the "money" for Barclays. That's right people, I call that Barclays is at danger of default. Expect a (shotgun) "merger" announcement imminently.

Posted by lvmreader @ 09:19 AM (593 views)
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4 thoughts on “This country’s finances are being run by extras from the Muppet show!

  • lvmreader, that’s interesting about Barclays, I seem to remember they took and emergency loan from the BoE a little while before the NR crisis (was it £1.6billion? — something like that) they called it an ‘accounting oversight’ or something!

    Do you have any hard facts to back this statement up? If so, how about sharing them?

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  • “The weekly increase of £3bn is up from £2.3bn and £2.9bn in the prior two weeks, indicating that Northern Rock’s funding problems remain acute.”

    Oh dear, oh dear… Crash held to ransom….

    The financial ‘services’ industry sounds rather like a spoilt child at the moment, I want I want I demand £30billion or I will wet my knickers…

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  • Any “hard” facts would be called insider trading, so all my facts are semi-turgid.

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  • No lvmreader, any facts would indicate you had a clue, rather than being a chancer. As we’re establishing on the thread below, you don’t.

    http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/newsblog/2007/10/blog-a-surprise-to-who-the-criminally-insane-7515.php

    Let me declare my interest here – I think there will be an unwind of the bubble, I hope there will be a crash. But excitable nonsense and poo-flinging like lvmreader’s posts only serves to obscure real analysis and discredits the whole case.

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