Nothing quite brings home the end of cheap money like noticing that I am now getting 4.12% - tax-free and "risk-free" - on my NS&I index-linked certificates. Has anyone been talking about this?
In my business sector (energy) there are a heap of players - renewables, small suppliers - who have only been in existence in the era of cheap money. Boy, are they going to come unstuck soon. Elsewhere on the horizon, John McDonnell's plans might come in a bit pricier than he was anticipating.
And then there's all those leveraged B-T-L players, often the subject of our btl commenters.
Where do we think the serious chaos will start first?