Thursday, May 12, 2011

Better than nothing, but not much…

[Index-linked] Savings Certificates on sale now

We are pleased to announce that new 5-year Issues of NS&I Index-linked Savings Certificates and NS&I Fixed Interest Savings Certificates are now available. We expect both Issues to remain on sale for a sustained period. You can invest from £100 to £15,000 in each 5-year Issue. At the end of the term you can choose to continue the investment without affecting your investment limit for any new Issues of Savings Certificates that may be available at the time.

Posted by hpwatcher @ 08:26 AM (2233 views)
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6 thoughts on “Better than nothing, but not much…

  • In five years time we will be well into deflation.

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  • So Merv is right then? RPI will be lower over the next 5 years.

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  • 1. khards

    As I have stated many times. Deflation, only after collapse and not before.

    They will try fighting it till the bitter end. Savers will have their day, that’s if they can survive that long.

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  • Then we will all be sick of hearing about how much some made shorting gold. lol

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  • Martindavis says:

    I don’t trust ’em.
    Whats the betting that the next few weeks will see an “updating” (a.k.a.frigging) of the method for calculating RPI ?
    Inflating away the debt in a deceitful manner is still what the BoE/Government are about.

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  • The oil price would have to rise by $60 each year to get this inflation like the last year.
    If this happens economy will slow down hence inflation will fall.
    If the economy sustains there will be loads of business which will fail and people will not be able to carry out jobs. Hence the economy will fall.

    So it might go either way, the inflation is unlikely to go up.
    Remember: Inflation is the rate of of increase of price, not just the rise in price. And the rate can’t go up without casualities.

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