Saturday, January 17, 2009

An irony

Bankers told they are too risky for a loan

Financial sector and property workers suddenly find themselves under scrutiny from lenders.

Posted by letthemfall @ 03:06 PM (1109 views)
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8 thoughts on “An irony

  • mark wadsworth says:

    MWAHAHAHA (Continued page 94)

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  • tut tut tut

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  • What’s the German for Schadenfreude?

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  • drewster, I believe it’s ‘se réjouir du malheur d’autrui’.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Drewster, it’s either called “malicious glee” or “Mwahahaha”, I can’t remember which.

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  • nopensionnohouse says:

    So, even if the banks and credit markets do get re capitalized it seems the criteria have changed.

    What ever next? 3.5 times basic annual salary?

    Excellent news and not before time!

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  • Is that a flock of chickens I see coming home to roost?

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  • ………but even then if your on an income that would support those repayments easily who would want to buy a house and get into debt when job security is gone? and job security is having just as bad an effect as is the lack of credit on the housing market…………..

    There are around 68 million people living in the UK and they forcast unemployment figures to rise to 3 million. That’s still a small percentage of the whole population.

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