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Member Since 18 Aug 2006
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In Topic: Has Scotland 'come Together Again' Since Sep

Yesterday, 21:44

Aye and yer right sadly..I've not been in my Nocal since the vote.

In Topic: Has Scotland 'come Together Again' Since Sep

Yesterday, 21:22

Not forgetting the majority in the Borders and Dumfries & Galloway areas who by all accounts want to be English 


In Topic: Injury List For Ireland And England Games.

Yesterday, 17:36

I take it Robertson is 100% out ? 

In Topic: Irish Thinking They Will Have A Massive Support At Parkhead

30 October 2014 - 05:10 PM

67 pages.....

In Topic: U.s Fed Ends Qe

30 October 2014 - 10:00 AM

It really just a suspension of QE. The US will never rule out using it again because it knows that it's economy will probably require more QE further down the line,.It'll be Wall St that decides if and when QE returns, not the Fed. It's how the US monetary system works. The US economy really needs tax increases and the reduction of its addiction to corporate subsidy - but that's not what Wall St wants because it affects the incomes of the wealthy (the real government).


But I agree it's looking like we're heading for a decent correction (at least) in the US markets. US$ is already about a third weaker than it's pre-recession level and the nature of institutional equity investors will ensure at least decent technical corrections will hit the stockmarket. Most casual observers don't see corrections coming because they believe the Dow Jones Industrial Average index is the equity market's best guide.

Aye  :shocked: