Interest rate increase for the first time in a decade

Quick, someone tell us what we should be doing

i’m not really interested lol

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Nobody anywhere knows what any of this means

So I should do nothing, is that it?

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I was going to start a thread then realised I had NOTHING of value to say about this.

I think I’m going to do nothing.

That’s certainly what I’ll be doing

This must be the most boring thing I’ve ever been pleased about, but advised my parents to go with the fixed rate mortgage a few months ago

Am I a Tory?

:no_mouth:

Quick! Buy a house!!! Or sell one. I’m not sure.

If anything, MY level of interest has dropped

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If you look at how the rate changed before 2008, .25 is a really cautious and ol carney has signalled that its not going to go up much more for a while.

Enjoy paying £40 more per month on your mortgages, house wankers

Do the Bank of England physically do anything to change the rate? Pull a lever or something?

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What is the point of this article?

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They turn the heating up. Literally, and metaphorically.

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Hang on I think I’ve got a fixed rate mortgage! YES! My life won’t get any better or worse in the immediate future as a result of this! FUCKING WINNING CAPITALISM

my mate told me he recently remortgaged his house and got given £20k cash, had lower repayments and a sooner repayment date. how does this work? can someone organise that to happen for me please

samesies