Sunday, 16 September 2012

The Long road back

Recovery signs are slowly multiplying: look at the evidence. Private sector jobs are up. Manufacturers report that slowly things are getting easier Growth is beginning to return and multiple businesses now talk to me with optimism, rather than baited breath. The funding for lending scheme here in Britain has seen up to 80 billion available as credit for SMEs and smaller firms. It is still a long road back, and growth is in spite of the disaster of the eurozone. Our worldwide exports compare really well when compared to the eurozone, but even that sees some hope with the actions of both the Germans this week, and the Fed in america, who are buying bonds and doing all they can to kick start their economy. For the first time in a long while I see the light at the end of the tunnel.

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