- Steamroller commented Aug 17, 2023
The fed is on the right path finally. The government and fiscal policy has been on the wrong path for a long time. The banks have been mismanaged.
- Steamroller commented May 28, 2023
However you spin it, being pushed into a recession is better than being in a recession, aka Germany, so no need to push the Brexit phobia agenda. I really hope we see 5.5% rates this year as our housing market needs to be taken down a peg or two. ...
- Steamroller commented Apr 4, 2023
Prop up the housing bubble.... I mostly blame central banks and there wealth effect theory (I.e support the banks by getting people to take on stupid amounts of debt)
- Steamroller commented Dec 8, 2022
Great news. Needs to come back down to reality.
- Steamroller commented Nov 20, 2022
Europe, Japan and China are suffering the same problems as the UK. Its called an ageing population. Being in or out of the EU is an irrelevance from that perspective. Back to the article frictionless trade is great if it can be achieved, but it's ...
- Steamroller commented Nov 17, 2022
Here is a GDP forecast which suits my agenda. url Europe and the UK will both do badly over the next 30+ years.
- Steamroller commented Sep 24, 2022
I don't understand the government's new strategy. I get why you would want to remove the cap on bankers bonuses and ban on fracking. What I don't understand is borrowing more to reduce taxes when the BOE is raising rates. It seems counterintuitive. ...
- Steamroller commented Sep 11, 2022
It's seems there are a lot of people on here who can't balance two opposing views.
- Steamroller commented Sep 8, 2022
Thank you for your service
- Steamroller commented Sep 3, 2022
Trying to compare the GDP of a population of 66 million versus 1.45 billion and still growing is a pretty meaningless comparison. Therefore I would take anything the article says with a pinch of salt.
- Steamroller commented Aug 4, 2022
They need a distraction away from how badly things are going elsewhere!
- Steamroller commented Jul 31, 2022
The problem with the UK is it is a bit of a one trick pony with a huge amount of wealth tied to the real estate market. They can't raise rates too high because the whole house of cards will fall down. The wealthy landowners have a vested interest in ...
- Steamroller commented Jul 10, 2022
[quote=RossEdwards;14060804] You got to be joking???? Since Maggie I don't think we have had a 'proper' Conservative government. Pretty dire picture on the political front. The Conservative party are infighting, disorganised and have no substance or ...
- Steamroller commented Jun 18, 2022
She realises crypto is over and is heading for the exits
- Steamroller commented Jun 14, 2022
If they were so irresponsible why weren't they unwound before now!
- Steamroller commented Apr 10, 2022
I think you are overegging the influence of Putin on the Brexit vote and the election of trump. Traditionally the British are quite culturally different to mainland Europe. Now does Putin benefit from Brexit... As we can see from recent events the ...
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- Steamroller commented Oct 22, 2021
Probably require a small rate hike to at least tamp down house prices to some semblance of reality. Rishi blew too much of a bubble with the stamp duty holiday and we now have a cost of living crisis.
- Steamroller commented Oct 13, 2021
I heart Brexit. My dedication to you is as solid as a rock. Ignore this propaganda piece.