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Wealth-income ratios are rising everywhere – they are not cyclical but rather unambiguously upward trending for the past three decades. Put simply, the accumulation of wealth is outpacing economic growth. 1,514 more words
Regular readers of this blog and followers on Twitter know that I am always very sceptical about tabloid headlines suggesting that Brexit Britain enjoys some sort of economic boom since the disastrous referendum vote in June 2016 to leave the European Union, the largest free trading block in the world and right on the UK’s doorstep, not the other end of the world! 997 more words
The weekend just past saw plenty of action but my concentration is on Friday. As you see there were two clear events which operated in opposite directions in terms of views on the UK economy. 1,283 more words
(7 September 2017, The Age, p7, Peter Martin)
‘Household spending is growing faster than household income, and has been for five quarters; the longest unsupported boom in spending since before the global financial crisis. 58 more words
“Put that coffee down … coffee’s for closers”!
You won’t find too many sales people who haven’t seen this infamous movie … and while Alec Baldwin was more than a bit ‘over-the-top’ in this 1992 classic about unmotivated sales people … his message definitely resonates with every sales professional. 360 more words