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    Analysis - HEXUS.sharewatch: US economic concerns drive prices down

    A bad week all round for shares as fears of a double-dip recession gain momentum in the US.
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    Re: Analysis - HEXUS.sharewatch: US economic concerns drive prices down

    Well in the UK, a double dip recession would be a good thing.

    We've learnt bigger all from the last 24 months. House prices are still too high ( and crazily rising), people are still borrowing too much money and banks are bucking the flow.

    I hope we do have a recession and countries like Germany don't. We are such an arrogant and ignorant nation, we could do with being brought to our knees like Greece.

    (please note I would hate if we really did hit rock bottom really) - but feel very angry things are no better.

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    Re: Analysis - HEXUS.sharewatch: US economic concerns drive prices down

    I know exactly how you feel and couldn't agree more. Only problem is that labour would blame double dip on coalition gov and every single moron (the majority of Britain) would believe it.

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