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Sean Corrigan

  Material Evidence 22 April 2010
» 634.0 KiB - 1,243 hits - 26 April 10
Corrigan once again treats us to his analysis of the debt levels facing us here in the UK, how desperate it is, and what denial all our politicians seem to be in

  Material Evidence, 1 Oct 09
» 244.7 KiB - 783 hits - 18 November 09
On levels vs growth rates and the grim realities of focussing too much on the latter: "...we have been burning our furniture to keep warm..."

  Material Evidence, 1 Sep 09
» 528.4 KiB - 780 hits - 18 November 09
Why the stock market is rising and why the appearance of prosperity will not last.

  Material Evidence, 10 Nov 09
» 382.4 KiB - 1,001 hits - 18 November 09
On productivity numbers.

  Material Evidence, 11 Feb 2010
» 412.7 KiB - 1,341 hits - 14 February 10
Corrigan on inflation, employment and the stimulus.

  Material Evidence, 12 Mar 2010
» 513.8 KiB - 1,117 hits - 25 March 10
On surging productivity

  Material Evidence, 13 Aug 09
» 312.0 KiB - 799 hits - 18 November 09
The illusion of prosperity created by new money and the growth of the US Federal Government deficit in the face of historic falls in receipts plus increases in outlays.

  Material Evidence, 15 Oct 09
» 413.0 KiB - 721 hits - 18 November 09
Replacement of business inventories as the source of most profits.

  Material Evidence, 16 Sep 09
» 522.4 KiB - 900 hits - 18 November 09
The declaration of the end of the recession vs cries of crisis, the role of business spending, new money, the divorce of stock prices from reality and commodities.

  Material Evidence, 17 Nov 09
» 348.3 KiB - 1,174 hits - 26 November 09
If you strip out Government from GDP figures, you actually see what the private , productive sector of the economy is actually doing. Sean does this for Japan. It shows that the current GDP recovery that has been reported widely in the press for this country, when you strip out the Government part of the economy, it has actually gone backwards for 6 successive quarters.