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An interesting read..

 
#1 An interesting read..
22/02/2013 11:21

corky6

http://www.moneyweek.com/endofbritain

OK so not directly related to consulting, and a lot of it is obvious scaremongering to sell their magazine. However I can't help thinking they have a point..

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#2 RE: An interesting read..
22/02/2013 13:53

DiamondSea to corky6 (#1)

I really dislike the graphs that measure public debt without showing it as a % of GDP and/or adjusted to inflation.

Gotta love the Smiths reference though

:D

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#3 RE: An interesting read..
22/02/2013 13:54

DCF to corky6 (#1)

Well they probably do have a point of sorts but they are always forecasting the apocalypse - with a frequency and a shrillness that makes it very hard to take them seriously.

Ultimately I suspect they fall into the basket of "economists who have forecast 4 out of the last 2 recessions".

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