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Sir Mervyn King: Britain on the brink of second credit crunch

Sir Mervyn King: Britain on the brink of second credit crunch | Countdown to Financial Armageddon | Scoop.it

Britain is on the brink of a second credit crunch, the Bank of England warned
as it slashed its growth forecasts for the economy and raised the prospect
of a double-dip recession.

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Why QE2 will damage pensions by pushing inflation up and interest rates down

Why QE2 will damage pensions by pushing inflation up and interest rates down | Countdown to Financial Armageddon | Scoop.it

The Bank of England's website homepage states "the Bank sets interest rates to keep inflation low to preserve the value of your money". Such sentiments ring hollow as inflation roars ahead. The bank is ignoring the evidence and increasing inflation risks further.

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How to Create Money Out of Nothing: Great BBC Video Explains All

How to Create Money Out of Nothing: Great BBC Video Explains All | Countdown to Financial Armageddon | Scoop.it

The Bank of England injects more money into the economy via quantitative easing, but what exactly is "QE"?

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Cartoon from 1912, one year before the creation of the Federal Reserve… amazing.

Cartoon from 1912, one year before the creation of the Federal Reserve… amazing. | Countdown to Financial Armageddon | Scoop.it

Ok, so this appeared on a conspiracy site, but such an arresting image!

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Bank of England's QE2 may reach £500bn, economists warn!

Bank of England's QE2 may reach £500bn, economists warn! | Countdown to Financial Armageddon | Scoop.it

The Bank of England may have to inject as much as £500bn into the economy to rescue Britain's faltering recovery, economists warned after the central bank shocked markets by restarting its money printing programme.

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