In Davos: Reuters journalist asks Mark Carney to keep rates low to help her mortgage repayments

Stacy Summary: Oh look how chummy they all are!

14 comments on “In Davos: Reuters journalist asks Mark Carney to keep rates low to help her mortgage repayments
  1. Dippy says:

    @Stacy, that could have been you on ch4’s behalf, if only eh ;)

  2. drummerboy says:

    thats kinda crazy.if she already has a mortgage,her rate is locked and should never change over the life of her mortgage.rates aren’t going lower anytime soon,if thats what she wants.

  3. Tom Not Terrific says:

    Another example of non journalists getting hired instead of real journalists because they’re … fucking cute, I guess.

  4. Hondo Stalwart says:

    I have to say, If my arm was around her, I’d be smiling too. She’s gorgeous. :)

  5. Hangemhigh77 says:

    I’m sure later that night her rate was locked in at a very sweet percentage.

  6. kenkat says:

    Carney is such a douche, as is his sock puppet replacement Stephen Poleslaw.

  7. mac says:

    Max and Bloomberg TV love Bitcoin…strange bedfellows!

    Pic of Goldman’s thug Carney with a sheeple loser.

  8. Bill Stewart says:

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  9. Julian says:

    Looks like someone’s embarrassed enough to take the picture down.

    Yes, Reuters, that’s what corruption looks like.

    If Reuters ‘journalists’ were doing their jobs properly – being professionals who think, ask questions and search for truth behind the PR bullshit – they would not be brown-nosing these crooks.

    They’d be exposing them, and their fraud against the people. Day in, day out. Like Max and Stacy, and their small army of very talented and interesting guests, each and every one of whom has somehow managed to maintain their critical faculties, along with some sort of integrity.

    Reuters is complicit in this debacle and clearly isn’t up to the job of journalism in any way, shape or form.

    And it’s not just Reuters. When the BBC’s economics editor Stephanie Flanders took a job with JP Morgan, that pretty much told us everything we needed to know.

  10. Nat says:

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  11. Snorky says:

    Dumb broad. Go into debt and give all of your personal power away to your creditor. Yeah, I know, “haters gotta hate”. *rolls eyes*

  12. Jayme says:

    “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!

    Thanks for noticing—we’re going to fix it up and have things back to normal soon.”

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