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What will it take....


HousePriceMania

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Castlevania
9 minutes ago, HousePriceMania said:

 

It's a good question....just what will it take for these evil self serving lying ****s to raise IRs ?

 

 

The Fed tightening

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Frank Hovis
1 hour ago, HousePriceMania said:

What will it take for the FED to tighten then ?

 

US inflation building which can no longer be attributed to bounce back from lockdown.

The Fed is usually more inclined to start raising interest rates than is the BoE.

Though that is similar to saying that a snail is faster than a slug.

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17 hours ago, Castlevania said:

The Fed tightening

Pretty much this. But I really think money has been dying a slow death since the 1970s. It was put on life support on 2008. The machine is now in the process of being turned off.  Or at least power cycled.

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Green Devil
1 hour ago, 23rdian said:

Pretty much this. But I really think money has been dying a slow death since the 1970s. It was put on life support on 2008. The machine is now in the process of being turned off.  Or at least power cycled.

The last bit of remainimg charge in the batteries could last another 50yrs though.... 

I cant see any raising of rates. Even to 0.5%. Wont happen. RISHI has his BTLs to think about. Joking aside, itll do what it does, and itll be market forces, not the fed or boe and theyll do shit. All they do is sit and watch. Thryre out of ammo. 

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12 hours ago, Frank Hovis said:

 

US inflation building which can no longer be attributed to bounce back from lockdown.

The Fed is usually more inclined to start raising interest rates than is the BoE.

Though that is similar to saying that a snail is faster than a slug.

But the snail has a house

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