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    Max savings & mortgages after base rate cut
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    No doubt a story of exodus from deposit into equity and bonds will follow any time now.

    If not, then theory number two is people are withdrawing their life's savings to spend on fast cars and loose women before it's not worth anything. And then they can only spend it on Picantos and cheap women.
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