Economy predicted to shrink by 2.8 percent in 2009

Edited version
As described by LONDON (Reuters) the economic downturn will be deeper than previously thought this year and the recovery will be muted, the British Chambers of Commerce said on Monday.

According to the lobby group’s latest forecasts, the economy will contract by 2.8 percent this year, markedly worse than its January prediction for a decline of 2.2 percent, and driven by sharp falls in consumer spending, investment and inventories.
The economy shrank by 1.5 percent in the three months to December 2008, its fastest rate since the 1980s.
The BCC said it expected the cumulative decline in GDP in the current recession to come in at 3.7 percent, much more severe than the 2.5 percent recorded in the recession of 1992-1993.
And it revised down its growth forecast for 2010 to 0.8 percent from 1.1 percent in January.
It also said it expects unemployment to hit 3.2 million in the second half of 2010, or just over 10 percent of the workforce, higher than its January forecast of 3.1 million.
It was proven that the Great Depression, like most other periods of severe unemployment, was produced by government mismanagement rather than by any inherent instability of the private economy.

These are not speculations but the real scenario for those who have been avoiding. Most of us are living only for today but the truth is tomorrow might be much bitter to swallow. Plan for your future, earn more and spend less. STOP any business those have been losing. STOP investing on unrealistic dreams but create more opportunities those might have financial gains. Talk about money than Politics.


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  1. uza
    މާރިޗު 11, 2009 @ 12:16:25

    Inflation has been rising month by month,

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