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#94 - yes but the reason the external debt is so large is because th… 11/19/2013 on Money 3 0
#34 - like i said there was a recession but the economy has been gro…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/19/2013 on Money 3 +1
#70 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
oh but i actually agree that this is not that bad for a developed country, but one of the worst among developed countries
#68 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
you don't understand.... GDP is economy

the debt is not bad you say? the second largest with only the "as you said" 7th largest economy. UK has US level of debt, but only Russia level of Income. country is in pretty deep shit, but ofc media is prolly about how US is going to meltdown or some shit.

the more the worse. 100% is good. 400% is bad and it's going upwards (as predicted, and is it did before)
User avatar #94 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
yes but the reason the external debt is so large is because there are quite a few large financial institutions here so the 480% debt about 200% is financial institutions and that is largely made up of things like people in foreign countries depositing money as any money in a bank account is counted as a loan to the bank . so the debt isn't as bad as it looks the increase is mainly from government borrowing which I've explained.
#69 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
second largest debt
#30 - the GDP per captia of the UK is comparable to France and reall…  [+] (6 new replies) 11/19/2013 on Money 3 +1
#31 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
your GDP decreased in the last few years (but was growing up until then, true) and your debt is increasing.
User avatar #34 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
like i said there was a recession but the economy has been growing in the last year and is predicted to grow in the future. public debt has been growing in the last few years but is sustainable because the government can pay the interest(which is low by international standards). Also its going to reach its max of about 100% in the next few years which again isn't terrible among developed countries at the moment.
#70 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
oh but i actually agree that this is not that bad for a developed country, but one of the worst among developed countries
#68 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
you don't understand.... GDP is economy

the debt is not bad you say? the second largest with only the "as you said" 7th largest economy. UK has US level of debt, but only Russia level of Income. country is in pretty deep shit, but ofc media is prolly about how US is going to meltdown or some shit.

the more the worse. 100% is good. 400% is bad and it's going upwards (as predicted, and is it did before)
User avatar #94 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
yes but the reason the external debt is so large is because there are quite a few large financial institutions here so the 480% debt about 200% is financial institutions and that is largely made up of things like people in foreign countries depositing money as any money in a bank account is counted as a loan to the bank . so the debt isn't as bad as it looks the increase is mainly from government borrowing which I've explained.
#69 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
second largest debt
#27 - No Greece and Spain are examples of a **** econom…  [+] (8 new replies) 11/19/2013 on Money 3 +1
#28 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
it's true it is not as bad as greece

UK is going downhill for a few years already and it's getting worse every year. now maybe it's not that big of a deal (it is, you just don't want to accept it...because UK is your country), but it will be a bigger deal a few years later.

UK isn't famous for it's good economy either (a GDP that low is no good)
User avatar #30 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
the GDP per captia of the UK is comparable to France and really isn't that bad comparing GDPs doesn't really make sense(even then its still in the top 8). the reason the UK economy has been doing shit in recent years is because we got hit by the financial crisis badly because our economy is unbalanced. Like i said the economy isn't going to do amazing i think it'll stay ~1% growth for a few years but that's hardly terrible for a developed country. so i think economy wise our outlook is "meh" not shit.
#31 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
your GDP decreased in the last few years (but was growing up until then, true) and your debt is increasing.
User avatar #34 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
like i said there was a recession but the economy has been growing in the last year and is predicted to grow in the future. public debt has been growing in the last few years but is sustainable because the government can pay the interest(which is low by international standards). Also its going to reach its max of about 100% in the next few years which again isn't terrible among developed countries at the moment.
#70 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
oh but i actually agree that this is not that bad for a developed country, but one of the worst among developed countries
#68 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
you don't understand.... GDP is economy

the debt is not bad you say? the second largest with only the "as you said" 7th largest economy. UK has US level of debt, but only Russia level of Income. country is in pretty deep shit, but ofc media is prolly about how US is going to meltdown or some shit.

the more the worse. 100% is good. 400% is bad and it's going upwards (as predicted, and is it did before)
User avatar #94 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
yes but the reason the external debt is so large is because there are quite a few large financial institutions here so the 480% debt about 200% is financial institutions and that is largely made up of things like people in foreign countries depositing money as any money in a bank account is counted as a loan to the bank . so the debt isn't as bad as it looks the increase is mainly from government borrowing which I've explained.
#69 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
second largest debt
#24 - id hardly call it deep **** , as long as the econo…  [+] (10 new replies) 11/19/2013 on Money 3 +1
#25 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
that's the problem UK's economy is shit
User avatar #27 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
No Greece and Spain are examples of a shit economy. The UK isn't doing too badly compared to where it could be, it's not amazing but doesn't need to be to support the debt.
#28 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
it's true it is not as bad as greece

UK is going downhill for a few years already and it's getting worse every year. now maybe it's not that big of a deal (it is, you just don't want to accept it...because UK is your country), but it will be a bigger deal a few years later.

UK isn't famous for it's good economy either (a GDP that low is no good)
User avatar #30 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
the GDP per captia of the UK is comparable to France and really isn't that bad comparing GDPs doesn't really make sense(even then its still in the top 8). the reason the UK economy has been doing shit in recent years is because we got hit by the financial crisis badly because our economy is unbalanced. Like i said the economy isn't going to do amazing i think it'll stay ~1% growth for a few years but that's hardly terrible for a developed country. so i think economy wise our outlook is "meh" not shit.
#31 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
your GDP decreased in the last few years (but was growing up until then, true) and your debt is increasing.
User avatar #34 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
like i said there was a recession but the economy has been growing in the last year and is predicted to grow in the future. public debt has been growing in the last few years but is sustainable because the government can pay the interest(which is low by international standards). Also its going to reach its max of about 100% in the next few years which again isn't terrible among developed countries at the moment.
#70 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
oh but i actually agree that this is not that bad for a developed country, but one of the worst among developed countries
#68 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
you don't understand.... GDP is economy

the debt is not bad you say? the second largest with only the "as you said" 7th largest economy. UK has US level of debt, but only Russia level of Income. country is in pretty deep shit, but ofc media is prolly about how US is going to meltdown or some shit.

the more the worse. 100% is good. 400% is bad and it's going upwards (as predicted, and is it did before)
User avatar #94 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
yes but the reason the external debt is so large is because there are quite a few large financial institutions here so the 480% debt about 200% is financial institutions and that is largely made up of things like people in foreign countries depositing money as any money in a bank account is counted as a loan to the bank . so the debt isn't as bad as it looks the increase is mainly from government borrowing which I've explained.
#69 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
second largest debt
#12 - you got any evidence for that comment?  [+] (14 new replies) 11/18/2013 on Money 3 0
#22 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
seeing that you are actually from UK and don't know how deep shit your county is in is pretty sad
User avatar #24 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
id hardly call it deep shit, as long as the economy can support the debt and the markets have confidence in that.
#25 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
that's the problem UK's economy is shit
User avatar #27 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
No Greece and Spain are examples of a shit economy. The UK isn't doing too badly compared to where it could be, it's not amazing but doesn't need to be to support the debt.
#28 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
it's true it is not as bad as greece

UK is going downhill for a few years already and it's getting worse every year. now maybe it's not that big of a deal (it is, you just don't want to accept it...because UK is your country), but it will be a bigger deal a few years later.

UK isn't famous for it's good economy either (a GDP that low is no good)
User avatar #30 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
the GDP per captia of the UK is comparable to France and really isn't that bad comparing GDPs doesn't really make sense(even then its still in the top 8). the reason the UK economy has been doing shit in recent years is because we got hit by the financial crisis badly because our economy is unbalanced. Like i said the economy isn't going to do amazing i think it'll stay ~1% growth for a few years but that's hardly terrible for a developed country. so i think economy wise our outlook is "meh" not shit.
#31 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
your GDP decreased in the last few years (but was growing up until then, true) and your debt is increasing.
User avatar #34 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
like i said there was a recession but the economy has been growing in the last year and is predicted to grow in the future. public debt has been growing in the last few years but is sustainable because the government can pay the interest(which is low by international standards). Also its going to reach its max of about 100% in the next few years which again isn't terrible among developed countries at the moment.
#70 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
oh but i actually agree that this is not that bad for a developed country, but one of the worst among developed countries
#68 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
you don't understand.... GDP is economy

the debt is not bad you say? the second largest with only the "as you said" 7th largest economy. UK has US level of debt, but only Russia level of Income. country is in pretty deep shit, but ofc media is prolly about how US is going to meltdown or some shit.

the more the worse. 100% is good. 400% is bad and it's going upwards (as predicted, and is it did before)
User avatar #94 - whyisevrynametaken (11/19/2013) [-]
yes but the reason the external debt is so large is because there are quite a few large financial institutions here so the 480% debt about 200% is financial institutions and that is largely made up of things like people in foreign countries depositing money as any money in a bank account is counted as a loan to the bank . so the debt isn't as bad as it looks the increase is mainly from government borrowing which I've explained.
#69 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
second largest debt
#20 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [-]
sure, just look for debt-to-gdp ratio in google
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#26 - My belief in determinism really takes the fun out of these kin… 10/18/2013 on Did you know? +1
#9 - yeah this post is bollocks this figure is an estimate for the 1990s 10/14/2013 on quarters 0
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