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akabula
28 Jul 21 23:17
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To bounce back by 7% according to the IMF.

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By:
akabula
When: 28 Jul 21 23:21
In line with the USA but ahead of Canada 6.3, Spain 6.2, France 5.8, Italy 4.9, Germany 3.6 and Japan 2.8.
Our success with the vaccine has been a boost to our recovery.
Bet this will sadden quite a few on here.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 28 Jul 21 23:23
Crashed by brexit

How long until it even gets back to
2019 levels

Worst hit of big economies, slowest
to recover

Tories, brexit,
By:
akabula
When: 28 Jul 21 23:26
HAHA Little donny spewing and probably won't be able to sleep tonight.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 28 Jul 21 23:32
Keep announcing the recovery

Bound to happen sooner or later

Hey ho

Pity about the mess caused by brexit
By:
akabula
When: 28 Jul 21 23:34
What mess? Look about you, everything beginning to swing into place.
We've never had it so good.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 28 Jul 21 23:40
Was it 9.8% fall in 2020

Thanks brexit
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 28 Jul 21 23:41
Lies, tory lies, and statistics
By:
akabula
When: 28 Jul 21 23:42
Don't anybody mention Covid19.
By:
Wallflower
When: 28 Jul 21 23:42
jeez,some things never change.

poor old aka trawling the express or some such like for 'good news'.

Thats right Brexit-Uk to conquer the world,  yeah, yeah, whatever.........scots independence is happening...prepare yourself.... thank you Brexit.

I know this, so do you, sense your paranoia (justified)... but c'est la vie as they say in the world's most beautiful language
By:
jollyswagman
When: 28 Jul 21 23:43
there was a big pandemic fall and there will be a jump back which wont take us back to where we were.

claiming 'we have never had it so good' is obviously a stupid thing to claim.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 28 Jul 21 23:47
100 x 0.902 x 1.07 = 0.965

About 3.5% down

Cheers brexit
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 28 Jul 21 23:49
1.00 x 0.902 x 1.07 = 0.965
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 23:50
i've certainly had it better

haven't a pot to piss in
By:
jollyswagman
When: 28 Jul 21 23:50
i am waiting for akabula to 'school me' Laugh
By:
akabula
When: 28 Jul 21 23:53
You still haven't paid me for your last lessons JS.
See Guiseppe okay for a right few quid and we'll call it quits.
By:
jollyswagman
When: 28 Jul 21 23:58
you are a low information poster akabula, you post lots of pictures, your picture of an orange on the rangers football thread says lots about you.

you troll as, when faced with facts that contravene your set beliefs, you cannot cope.

keep digging.
By:
akabula
When: 29 Jul 21 00:00
JS triggered lol.
By:
jollyswagman
When: 29 Jul 21 00:02
Laugh

caught telling lies, the troll has few options.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 29 Jul 21 00:19
JS send me a PM and I'll give you my paypal details
By:
Giuseppe
When: 29 Jul 21 00:20
profitable night tonight for me on the forum Cool
By:
Giuseppe
When: 29 Jul 21 00:20
WT, JS

can we make it a hat trick
By:
clouded leopard
When: 29 Jul 21 10:58
lol

the economy is in the sh itt er full stop


that's the world economy btw

since a very long time ago



and still the central banks peddle lie after lie

the only reason world markets hold up is due to exponential printing and stimulus which does not equate to organic growth



up next currency crisis
when ?

who knows with these clowns in charge

already happening around the globe and it'll arrive eventually
By:
clouded leopard
When: 29 Jul 21 11:03
Wonder how much of GDP lost through everyday activity/small business owners/middle class vehicles has been replaced by the Covid industry ?


Wonder how much climate change and supposed infrastructure spending will also bolster GDP  ?


They are making a world for themselves and creating brand new bubble factories - only way to elongate the life of a monetary system constantly raped by the Oligarchs
By:
Giuseppe
When: 29 Jul 21 12:26
I wish someone would bolster my GDP
By:
n88uk
When: 29 Jul 21 12:49

Jul 28, 2021 -- 6:21PM, akabula wrote:


In line with the USA but ahead of Canada 6.3, Spain 6.2, France 5.8, Italy 4.9, Germany 3.6 and Japan 2.8.Our success with the vaccine has been a boost to our recovery. Bet this will sadden quite a few on here.


This is literally the oldest con trick in the book.

Of course the bounce back is higher if you suffered the worst damage in the first place, the nations here have less to recover, so the bounce back is less. Even with these predicted recoveries, the UK is still the net worst performing economy in the pandemic from the countries you've listed.

By:
lfc1971
When: 29 Jul 21 12:55
If you have suffered the most the bounce back is more difficult
Well done Britain
By:
markzzz
When: 29 Jul 21 13:30
Whether our economy dipped more, or less, or the same as other economies, this is still good news.

Anybody demeaning the forecast (not guess, but forecast) that we will have the highest growth in the G7 is either not British, or is so blinkered in their political opinions that they would rather the economy worsened than admit that things are going well - and that is a position of which such people should be ashamed.

Regardless of the past performance, regardless of Brexit, all Brits should be happy that things are improving nicely. I can not envisage a circumstance where I would not welcome such positive economic news, and feel genuinely sorry for anybody who is so bitter that they would prefer the economy to tank.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 29 Jul 21 13:35
We suffered the most because of brexit
By:
clouded leopard
When: 29 Jul 21 13:59
Why the fk should all brits be happy that the IMF is forecasting a bounce back from the dark beyond that won't get us back to where we were in the first place ?


It's like sticking a bow tie around a rather humungous turd


A lot of people are suffering very badly financially and this 'transitory' (really?) inflation just puts the boot right in

Highest food inflation in 35 years and record numbers at food banks


see wages rising alongside this ?


as we move further along the state dependence line where many more will get caught it will become more and more apparent just how fked it all is


it was fked well before fluvid turned up


just a matter of time
By:
markzzz
When: 29 Jul 21 14:20
^ Based on your post you probably won't understand this answer, but I will give you a straightforward answer.

A 7% growth is better than a 5% growth or 2% growth. 7% growth is very food.

Your attitude is akin to a punter winning £100 and saying "well, that was a rubbish result because I lost £200 yesterday".
By:
markzzz
When: 29 Jul 21 14:21
Should say good not food!
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 29 Jul 21 14:25
No. The OP posted that we have never had it so good. What a plank and you agree with him. 7% bounce back on what btw? &5 better than when we were all on Furlough? You think that is good?
By:
markzzz
When: 29 Jul 21 14:29
^ Three answers.

1. The OP did not express an opinion, he baldly stated the IMF forecast - read it again if you don't believe me.

2. I neither agreed with him nor disagreed with the OP. I made no reference to the OP nor to any other posts. I can't see what you read that would lead you to that erroneous conclusion.

3. Yes, I believe that 7% growth is better than no growth. Surely you don't think otherwise?
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 29 Jul 21 14:31
1% growth is better than no growth

What is the growth based on?
By:
markzzz
When: 29 Jul 21 14:32
My word we are getting down to basics.

Annual growth means bigger than it was last year. If you can't grasp that ........
By:
clouded leopard
When: 29 Jul 21 14:32
oh dear
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 29 Jul 21 14:36
dopamine!

oh dear indeed
By:
markzzz
When: 29 Jul 21 14:39
Not sure why a random neurotransmitter entered the conversation, but  - serotonin!
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 29 Jul 21 14:42
so 7% better than when? When we were all in lockdown? 7% better? Good result?
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