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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by edesignuk, Aug 6, 2009.
What's another £50bn between friends eh?
Glad to know we aren't the only ones trying to spend our way out of a recession. I can't wait till the light at the end of the tunnel, oh wait we'll have to pay off all of this crap before we get there.
When you print money (Quantitative easing) do you need to pay it back?
No, what you are doing is de-valuing the currency.
Seems sensible when facing deflation, works out well!
Depends where you are at in the process. If you are a salary wage earner your money just became worth a lot less and your wages will stay the same for the rest of the year. Prices on everything will go up during this same time period. In fact the wage earner is usually the last person to see the inflation ripple and by that time everything has already adjusted so they get ****ed for a while and then back to normal, no upside for them.