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larry Levin

UK 10yr gilts are very close to german rates, how has these low borrowing costs helped the economy. what if uk 10yr gilts were at 5%? how much damage would that do, low gilts yields allow for low mortgage rates, 100k interest per month is about £130.

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Revenues present a mixed picture. Mugging the high street with the VAT rise has yielded spectacular results with receipts up by 17% in the first three months adding £4 billion into the coffers. VAT receipts could contribute an additional £20 billion in a full year if the rate of gain continues. Income and capital gains receipts on the other hand are up by less than 2% at 0.5 billion and taxes on production are up by less than 3% at £1.4 billion,

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thanks for this interesting information, do you think our revenues will show any change to a better side ?

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Rebalancing the economy by reducing spending and raising taxes will lead to slow economic growth with income and flexible spending slow. Thanks for this one.

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Sometimes it necessary to borrow to decrease debt. That said - USA needs to either increase their tax base or cut spending. Preferably a combination of the two.

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