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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    So has GBP seen a 50% currency devaluation in ten years against EUR?

    yes, sadly you are indeed right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    no. no. no. It's not. It's worth 35% less....

    How about I give you a pay cut of 15%. And then 3 months later I give you a pay rise of 15%. Are you on the same money after the rise as you were before?

    Do you know the difference between margin and markup?
    You're not helping, Lance. Still too abstract for him.

    Milan, let's say you are being paid €50 to change 100 tapes. That sum of money is then increased by 50%. The new increased sum of money is then decreased by 50%. How does that sound to you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    You're not helping, Lance. Still too abstract for him.

    Milan, let's say you are being paid €50 to change 100 tapes. That sum of money is then increased by 50%. The new increased sum of money is then decreased by 50%. How does that sound to you?

    ahh you lost me now luv can we talk only in 1's and zero's I'm better with binary

    there's lovely

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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    So has GBP seen a 50% currency devaluation in ten years against EUR?

    for heaven's sake love, yes in Euro terms, the buying power of the Euro has increased 50%

    pity NorthernLadUK

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