Monday, September 15, 2008

Here’s something to stir your noodle

What next for the credit crunch?

Cracking programme, not necessarily because everyone's telling the truth, or got the right end of the stick, but excellent for hearing some intelligent and provoking trains of thought. Well worth a listen-again and a think twice (and perhaps even noting who gets cut off in that special BBC way that keeps broadcasts on message and prevents sheeple getting confused).

Posted by dohousescrashinthewoods @ 09:50 PM (1060 views)
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6 thoughts on “Here’s something to stir your noodle

  • FWIW – my stockbrokers (Brewin Dolphin) were calling all their customers today to get permission to move client deposit accounts out of HBOS and into safer havens (I bought into 4% gilts exp March next year)

    If other institutions are doing the same, HBOS could become NR Mk II within hours..

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  • Be interested to know what they condsider to be safe havens.

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  • The word was ‘safer’, i.e. will crash some time after HBOS crashes.

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  • Your comment ‘(and perhaps even noting who gets cut off in that special BBC way that keeps broadcasts on message and prevents sheeple getting confused) is plain wrong, in fact it seems that everyone had a very good opportunity to talk intelligently and with time to make many points. As for on message I think that is a conspiracy theory too far

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  • planning4acrash says:

    We could see the entire financial system down in a month.

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  • This is a ploy to seem financially sound and protect their share price!

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