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[英伦广角] 【整理】2009-06-14 英经济衰退近尾声?

本帖最后由 sainfoinwy 于 2009-6-28 10:48 编辑

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Could Downturn By Coming To An End?


Britain's downturn may be coming to an end, according to a group of leading economists. They say our economy actually grew in April and May, not by much, but it could be a significant sign. Sky's Ursula Errington reports.



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No. You are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are on the up. And we are spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over, but it is the economic tone changing. The National Institute of Economic and Social Research say it is. Our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They say it started to grow again.

"The reason for the recovery in April and in May may be simply that firms have stopped reducing stock levels. If consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by a further fall."

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April and by a further 0.1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling. These figures won’t be firmed up until the end of July, but they could have a significant political impact.

"The risk is clearly the double U-shape, the double-dip recession, which is exactly what we saw in the stocks of the 1980s, the last time we saw such a sharp fallback in manufacturing output."

Alistair Darling’s budget was lambasted as being wildly optimistic when it came to forecasting how our economy will grow. But according to this latest school of thought, the Chancellor’s numbers may yet add up.

Ursula Errington, Sky News.

 

School of thought: a belief (or system of beliefs) accepted as authoritative by some group or school.

 

On the up: on the increase, 稳步上升


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本帖最后由 Susan18062025 于 2009-6-14 20:51 编辑

No. You are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are roaming up; and we are spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over, but it is the economic turn changing. The national institute economic social research *our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They say it started to grow again. “The reason for the recovery in April and May maybe simply that firms stop reducing stop levels. If consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by further fall. If those academic score sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April and by further 0.1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even this smallest signal could be telling. These figures won't be firmed open until the end of the July, but they could have a significant political impact.” The rescuer is clearly the double you share the double recession, she is exactly what we saw in the stops in 1990s, the last time we saw such a sharp for backing manufacture." * budget was lamb busted is being widely optimistic when it came to forecasting how our economy will grow. But according to this latest scholar's thought, the chance of numbers may yet add up.
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No, you are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are longly up. And we spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over but it is the economic tone changing.


The National Institute of Economy and Social Research said it is. Our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They said, is started to grow again. The reason for the recovery in April and May may be simply that firms have stopped reducing, stop levels. If consumption in the investments are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by a forthof form.


If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April and by a third 0.1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projective figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling.

These figures won't be firmed up until the end of July, but they could have a significant political im pact. The risk is clearly the double your shape, the doubled recession achieves, exactly what saw in the stocks at 1990s. The last time we saw,er, such a shock fold-back in manufacture in April.

Alex /budget was land busted as being wildly optimistic. When it came to forecasting how our economy will grow, but according to the last scholar's thought, the chance of numbers may yet add up.

Ursula Errington, Sky News.
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No,you are not dreaming. industry is looking better, house prices around up on we spending more on the  high streets, the recession may be far from over,but it is the economic tone changing,the national institutive economic and social research say it is. our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. they say it starts to growing again." the reason for the recovery in April and May may be simply the firms stop producing,stop ??, if consumption and investments are still falling. then we may see some stabilization follow by further a fall. if those acadamics got sums right,GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0. 2 percent in April, and by a further 0.1 percent in May. these are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. but when the economy is this fragile, even a smallest signal could be telling. These figures won't be firmed up untill the end of July. But they could have a significant political impact. The risks clearly double u-shape double the recessional is exactly what we saw in the start of 1980s, the last time we saw such a sharp fallback in  manufacture now.Alastane's buget was lime busted has beening wildly optimistic  when he was forecasting how our economy will grow. But according to this latest school of  authority ,the chance and numbers may yet add up
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No. You are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are on the up. And we are spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over, but it is the economic tone changing. The National Institute of Economic and Social Research say it is. Our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They say it started to grow again.

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The reason for recovery in April and May may be simply that firms have stopped producing stock leftovers. If consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see stabilization followed by further fall."

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April and by further 0.1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling. These figures wont be firmed up until the end of July, but they could have a significant political impact.

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The risk is clearly the double you shape, the double recession, which is exactly what we saw in the stocks in 1990s, the last time we saw such a sharp fallback in manufacture sphere."

Alistair Darling’s
budget was lambasted as being wildly optimistic when it came to forecasting how our economy will grow. But according to this latest school of thought, the Chancellor’s numbers may yet add up.

Ursula Errington, Sky News.
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No, you are not dreaming. Industry is looking better.House prices are ** up and we are spending more on our high streets.The recession may be far from over, but is the economic tone changing.

The National Institute of Economic and Social Research say it is.
Our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They say it started to grew again.

"The reason for the recovery in April and May maybe simply that firms have stopped reducing stop levels. If consumption and investment are still falling. Then we may see some stabilization followed by a further fall."

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year.
But increased by 0.2% in April and by a further 0.1% in May.
These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented condition.
But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling.
These figures won't be firmed up until the end of July.But they could have a significant political impact.

"The risk is clearly. The double you **, the double ** recession, which is exactly what we saw in the stocks of the 1990s. Last time we saw such a short fallback in manufacturing **."

** bunched with ** has been wildly optimistic when they came to forecast in how our economy will grow.
But according to this latest scholar's thought, the chance of numbers may yet add up.

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No, you are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are along the up. we are spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over but it is the economic tone changing.

The National Institute of Economy and Social Research said it is. Our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They said, it started to grow again. The reason for the recovery in April and May may be simply that firms have stopped reducing stock levels. If consumption in the investments are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by a further form.

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April and by a further 0.1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling.

These figures won't be firmed up until the end of July, but they could have a significant political impact. The risk is clearly the double your shape, the doubled recession which is exactly what saw in the stocks at 1990s. The last time we saw,er, such a shape fall back in manufacture in April.
Alex  Darling budget was land busted as being wildly optimistic. When it came to forecasting how our economy will grow, but according to the last scholar's thought, the chancellor's numbers may yet add up.
Ursula Errington, Sky News
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本帖最后由 miracle_judy 于 2009-6-15 11:10 编辑

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No, you are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are along the up. we are spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over but it is the economic tone changing.

The National Institute of Economy and Social Research said it is. Our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They say, it started to grow again. The reason for the recovery in April and May may be simply that firms have stopped reducing stock levels. If consumption in the investments are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by a further fall.

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April and by a further 0.1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling.

These figures won't be firmed up until the end of July, but they could have a significant political impact. The risk is clearly the double your shape, the doubled recession which is exactly what we saw in the stocks at 1990s. The last time we saw,er, such a shape fall back in manufacture in April.
Alex  Darling's budget was land busted as being wildly optimistic. When it came to forecasting how our economy will grow, but according to the last school of thought, the chancellor's numbers may yet add up.
Ursula Errington, Sky News
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No. You are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are on the up. And we are spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over, but it is the economic tone changing. The National Institute of Economic and Social Research say it is. Our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They say it started to grow again.

"The reason for the recovery in April and May may be simply that firms have stopped producing stock leftovers. If consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by a further fall."

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April and by further 0.1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling. These figures won’t be firmed up until the end of July, but they could have a significant political impact.

"The risk is clearly the double you shape, the double recession, which is exactly what we saw in the stocks in 1990s, the last time we saw such a sharp fallback in manufacture sphere."

Alistair Darling’s budget was lambasted as being wildly optimistic when it came to forecasting how our economy will grow. But according to this latest school of thought, the Chancellor’s numbers may yet add up.

Ursula Errington, Sky News.
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No, you are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are on the up and we are spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over, but it is the economic tone changing.

 

The National Institute of Economic and Social Research say it is. Our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They say it’s started to grow again.

 

The reason for the recovery in April and to May may be simply that firms have stopped reducing stock levels. If consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by a further fall.

 

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April, and by a further 0.1% in May. 

 

There are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling.

 

These figures won’t be firmed up until the end of July but they could have a significant political impact.

 

A risk is clearly that double your shape, the double-dip recession which is exactly what we saw in the start of the 1990s, the last time we saw such a sharp fallback in manufacturing output.

 

Alistair Darling’s budget was lambasted as being wildly optimistic when it came to forecasting how our economy will grow. But according to this latest school of thought, the Chancellor’s numbers may yet add up.

 

Ursula Errington, Sky News. 

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No, you are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are around up and we are expending more on high streets. The recession may be far from over but the economic tone is changing. The national institute of economy social research says **. Our economy has been shrinking last 18 months, they say, it starts to grow again.

The reason for the recovery in April and May maybe simply stop producing **. If the consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by first fall. If those academic data got some right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April, and by third 0.1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projected figures in on-president conditions. When the economy is this fragile even the smallest signal could be telling.

This *** figure will formed till the end of July. But they could have significant political impact. “The risks clearly doubled we shall ** double the recession which is exactly what we saw in the start of 1990s, the last time we saw such a sharp forback in manufactory you know.”

**** is being widely optimistic when it comes to forcasting how our economy will grow. But according to the lastest school of thought the chancellors of numbers may yet a doubt. Ursula Errington sky news.
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No. You are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are on the up. And we are spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over, but it is the economic tone changing. The National Institute of Economic and Social Research say it is. Our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They say it started to grow again.

"The reason for the recovery in April and May may be simply that firms have stopped producing stock levels. If consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by a further fall."

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April and by a further 0.1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling. These figures won’t be firmed up until the end of July, but they could have a significant political impact.

"The risk is clearly the double U-shape, the double-dip recession, which is exactly what we saw in the start of the 1980s, the last time we saw such a sharp fallback in manufacturing output."

Alistair Darling’s budget was lambasted as being wildly optimistic when it came to forecasting how our economy will grow. But according to this latest school of thought, the Chancellor’s numbers may yet add up.

Ursula Errington, Sky News.
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No, you’re not dreaming, industry is looking better. House prices are on the up, and we’re spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over, but it is the economic tone changing.
The national institute of economical social research said it is. Our economy is shrinking for the last 18 months, they say it started to grow again.” The reason for the recovery in April and May maybe simply that firms stop reducing stock levels, if consumption investment is still falling, then, we may see some stabilization followed by further fall.
If those economics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April, and by further 0.1% in May.
These are tiny increases, based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling.
These figures won’t be firmed up until the end of July, but they could have a significant political impact.
“The risk is clearly the double you shape, the double the recession, which is exactly what we saw in the stocks in the 1990s, the last time we saw, such a sharp manufacturing *.
Alistair Darling’s budget was lambasted as being wildly optimistic, when it comes to forecasting how our economy will grow. But according to this latest scholar’s thought, the chancellor’s numbers may yet add up.
Ursula Errington ,Sky News.
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No. You are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are on the up. And we are spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over, but it is the economic tone changing. The National Institute of Economic and Social Research say it is. Our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They say it started to grow again.

"The reason for the recovery in April and May may be simply that firms have stopped reducing stock levels. If consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by a further fall."

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April and by a further 0.1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling. These figures won’t be firmed up until the end of July, but they could have a significant political impact.

"The risk is clearly the w-shape, the double-dip recession, which is exactly what we saw in the start of the 1980s, the last time we saw such a sharp fallback in manufacturing output."

Alistair Darling’s budget was lambasted as being wildly optimistic when it came to forecasting how our economy will grow. But according to this latest school of thought, the Chancellor’s numbers may yet add up.

Ursula Errington, Sky News.
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No. You are not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are on the up. And we are spending more on our high streets. The recession may be far from over, but it is the economic tone changing. The National Institute of Economic and Social Research say it is. Our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. They say it started to grow again.

"The reason for the recovery in April and May may be simply that firms have stopped producing stock levels. If consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by a further fall."

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increased by 0.2% in April and by a further 0.1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. But when the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling. These figures won’t be firmed up until the end of July, but they could have a significant political impact.

"The risk is clearly the double U-shape, the double deep recession, which is exactly what we saw in the start of the 1980s, the last time we saw such a sharp fallback in manufacture output."

Alistair Darling’s budget was lambasted as being wildly optimistic when it came to forecasting how our economy will grow. But according to this latest school of thought, the Chancellor’s numbers may yet add up.

Ursula Errington, Sky News.
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