http://www.ecb.int/stats/monetary/rates/html/index.en.htmlIs there anywhere that has historical charts of ECB rates over last 5 years?
Have a look here: http://www.ecb.int/stats/monetary/rates/html/index.en.htmlIs there anywhere that has historical charts of ECB rates over last 5 years?
Yeah I remember something on that, but I thought it actually said the mortgage holder (i.e. you) have the option to get your house revalued. Didnt think it said NIB can force a re-value or that they can re-value it themselves.I think the Terms and conditions mentioned a possibility of revalue after 3 years or every 3 years. Must recheck them.
This is my primary concern and think high inflation will occur. Inflation is a disease and wipes out the earnings and savings of the middle classes.It has crossed my mind that they might be trying to introduce a period of high inflation. This would have the net effect in real terms of reducing loan repayments, as happened in the 70s.
A week off yes, but this is no naughty step!Could this be the fastest growing Thread ever on AAM?
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There is an air of panic in the past few days with another Master Plan or two being unleashed every day but with little or no effect.
If only we could get all the Bankers & Traders & Regulators & Governments in the world to take a week off to go to the Naughty Step and think about what they've done!!