Monday, Dec 28, 2009

Forecast for 2010

Telegraph: The US, India, China and Russia: economic heavyweights shape up for 2010

What does this mean for the UK?

Posted by mr g @ 04:44 PM (1285 views)
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1. smugdog said...

Well Mr G, Twenty-Ten will [hopefully] be a buying phase for me and my trusted team. Quite selfishly, I hope Gordon [and his team] gets another term. The money boys will evacuate and [sorry to be self serving] but perhaps turmoil will create opportunities once more.

I can go on and on about the guilt trip and “this is not good for the next generation” but hey, if I don’t!

Monday, December 28, 2009 05:57PM Report Comment
 

2. rumble said...

No more BRIC? CURI?

Monday, December 28, 2009 06:03PM Report Comment
 

3. mr g said...

I don't have a problem with your take on 2010 at all, Smugdog.

I never thought that I would say that I want a Labour victory at an election but from a political perspective it would be a good thing for the UK if these clowns were to be elected again.

The humiliation of having to go to the IMF, cut the public sector and kill the housing bubble stone dead with increased IR's would finish Liebour for a generation.

Monday, December 28, 2009 06:08PM Report Comment
 

4. mr g said...

rumble @3 No more BRIC? CURI?

I've heard of BRIC but what is CURI other than a takeaway?

Monday, December 28, 2009 06:10PM Report Comment
 

5. icarus said...

BRIC? The latest is BASIC (BRIC sans Russia + South Africa (Africa South?)).

I think we should be worried about the PIGS though.

mr g CURI may just derive from the article title d'you think?

Monday, December 28, 2009 06:20PM Report Comment
 

6. rumble said...

CURI - the title - URIC didn't conjure up much imagery.

Is Brazil no longer interesting?

PIGS? Poland, Iceland, Greece, Spain? Or swine flu?!?

Monday, December 28, 2009 07:18PM Report Comment
 

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