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[英伦广角] 【整理】2009-06-14 英经济衰退近尾声?

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no, you are not dreaming, industry is looking better, house prices are running up, i will be spending  more on the high streets. the reccession may be far from over, the economic return is changing. the national istitute of economic  social rearch  say it is  "our economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. they say it starts to grow again. "the reason for the recovery in april and may maybe  simply  confirms the stop producing in stop levels. maybe the consumption and the investment are still falling, that we may see some stablization followed by further fall. if those academic datas got some right. GDP hit its lowest point in the march this year, but increased by 0.2 percent in april, by further 0.1 percent in may. these are tiny increases, but it's objective figures in  unimpressive conditions, when the economy is fragile, even the smallest signal can be telling. the figures will be confirmed until the end of july, but they could have a significant political impact. "the risk is clearly that  the double you shake, the double recession#### the exactly what we saw in the start of 1990s, the last time we saw in such sharp fallback manufacture, ####the buget ####will be widely optimistic whe  it comes to forcast how the economy will grow. but according the latest school of thougts, the chances of numbers may be yet a doubt.
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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 stocks in 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 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’re not dreaming. Industry is looking better. House prices are **up. I was spending more on our high streets. There recession may be far from over, but it is the economy tone changing. The national institutive economy and social research say it is, all economy has been shrinking for the last 18 months. It’s stoned to grow again.

The reason for the recovery in April and May may be simply that firms will stop producing, stop **. If consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by a further floor.

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 while further 0.1% in May.

These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unprecedented conditions. When the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling. This figure won’t be firmed ** until the end of July, but they could have a significant political impact.

Its risk is clearly doubled your shape, the double** recession is exactly what we saw in the start of 1980s, but last time we saw at such a shock for backing manufacture up.

Alex ** ** budget was ** is being wildly optimistic. When he came to four casting how our economy will grow, but according to this latest school of thought, the chances’ numbers may yet add up. Ursula Errington, Sky News
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No, you are no 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 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 recovery in April into May may be simply that firms stopped reduce stock levels. If consumption and investment are still falling, and then we may see some stablization followed by a further fall.

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hit its lowest point in March this year, but increas by 2 % in April and by further 1% in May. These are tiny increases based on projected figures in unpresidented conditions. But when economy  is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling. This figure won't be firmed until the end of July, But they could have a significant political impact.

"The risk is clearly double U--shape, the double deep recession which is exactly what we saw in the double deep recession, which is exactly what we saw in the start of the 1990s--the last time we saw such a sharp fallback in manufacture output."

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

Ursula Errington, Sky News.
本帖最后由 sainfoinwy 于 2009-6-16 17:37 编辑 hw(on Janmie )

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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 ressession 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 strinking for the last eighteen months. They say it's 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 stablization followed by a further fall."

If those academics have got their sums right, GDP hits its lowest in March this year. But increased by 0.2 percent in April, and by 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 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 ressession which is exactly what we saw in the starts of the 1990s. And last time we saw such a sharp fallback in manufacture output."

Alistair Darling's budget was lambatered as being wildly optimistic when he came to forcasting how our economy will grow, but calling into this later school of thought, the Chancellor's numbers may yet add up.

Ursula Errington, Sky News.

Double Dip Recession:
(When the gross domestic product (GDP) growth slides back to negative after a quarter or two of brief positive growth. In other words, a recession followed by a short-lived recovery, followed by another recession.)
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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 Economic Social Research say it is. Our economy has been shrinking for the last eighteen months. They say it starts to grow again.
" The reason for the recovery in April and May may be simply that firms stop 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 piont in march this year, but increased by point two percent in April and by a further point one percent 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 July, but they could have a significant political impact
"The risk is clearly the double W-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.
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NO,you are not dreaming.Industry is looking better,house prices are running up.And we are spending more on the high streets.The recession may be far from over,but it's the economic tone changing.The National Institutors of Economic and Social Research say it is,our economy has been thrinking for the last 18  months.They say,it started to grow again.
       The reason for the recovery in April and May may be somply the firms stoped producing stock leftovers.If consumption and investment still falling,then we may see some stablization followed by the 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 projective figures in unprecendented conditions.But when the economy is fragile,if the smallest signal could be telling.These fiigures won't be confirmed up until the end of July,but they could have a significant political impact.
       The risk is clearly the W shape,the W recession which is exact what we saw in the started at the 1980s.The last time we saw such a sharp fallback in manufacturing output.
       **** budget was *** wildly optimistic.When it came to forecasting how our economy would grow.But according to the latest school of thought,the chance of numbers may be yet at doubt.
       Ursula Errington sky news.
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Not, you're not dreaming, industry is looking better; house prices are not only up, and with spending more on High Street. The recession may be far from over, but its economic tone changing, the National Institute Economy 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 maybe simply that firms stop producing stock levels, if
consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see some stabilization followed by a further fall"


If those economists 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. When the economy is this fragile, even the smallest signal could be telling.

This figure won't be firmed until the end of July, but it 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 start of 1990s, last time we saw such a sharp call back in manufacturing output”

Alistair Darling’s budget was lambasted as being wildly optimistic when it came to forecast how our economy will grow. But according to the latest school of thought, the chanceless 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 only all. I will spending more on our high streets. The recession is maybe far from over. It is the economic tone changing. The national institute of economic social research seties our economy has been shrinking for last 18 months. They say: It is started to grow again. The reason for the recovering in April and May maybe simply the firm of stop producing and stop levens. If consumption and investment are still falling, then we may see some stabilization following by the further four. If those acdamics got their sunrise. GDP has 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 the objected figures in unpresident conditions. When the economy is this far jail Even the smallest signal could be telling. These figures will be …in July. But they could have a significant political in packed. The risk clearly is double sharp ..exactly what we saw the stock in1990s. The last time we saw such a sharp…Alist dorlin budget did was lanba wildly optimistic when it came to 4 costing how our economy was grow. But according to the latest school or thought The chanceless 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 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 starting to grow again. The reason for the recovery in April and May may be the 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 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 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 impact. The risk is clearly the double your shape, the double-dip recession which is exactly what we  saw in the start of  1990s. The last time we saw such a sharp fallback in manufacturing output.
Alex / budget was lambasted 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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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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"The risk is clearly the double U-shape, the double-dip recession, which is exactly what we saw in the stocks(听到有个S音,况且一般是at the start of) of the 1990s,
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