Thursday, Nov 26, 2009

Not a great recovery, is it?

Accountancy Age: R3 predicts high street 'bloodbath'

"Rising unemployment and decreased spending in the lead up to Christmas coupled with heightened creditor aggression in the New Year leaves the retail sector facing another bloodbath,"

Posted by rumble @ 07:30 PM (855 views)
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1. estrader said...

With historically low interest rates, houses are now easily affordable, however few can afford to buy an £18 Hannah Montana Dance Mat for cash, so Littlewoods is offereing a 20 week interest free loan! *LOL*

http://www.littlewoods.com/rf/p.do?D=578922936&SNtk=generic_search&thisprod=578922936&Ntk=group_search&SNtt=ua842&Nu=this_product&N=0&Ntt=578922936&Dx=mode%20matchall&Np=1&product=578922936&Nty=1&Ntx=mode%20matchallpartial&SNu=pca_id&aff=carat&affsrc=utarget&cm_mmc=utarget-_-xmas09-_-MPU-_-dancemat

Friday, November 27, 2009 09:14AM Report Comment
 

2. mr g said...

What is a Hannah Montana Dance Mat?

Friday, November 27, 2009 02:34PM Report Comment
 

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