Moreover, this change would become more difficult after a bursting bubble
, as higher-paid industrial jobs are lost and political as well as economic uncertainty inhibit personal consumption.
The current financial and economic crisis is probably the worst since the war, a product of a bursting bubble
of excessive household borrowing and house prices in Britain, combined with a big global financial crisis.
He loves bursting bubble
wrap, he howls when you ask him to tell you a story and he falls asleep with a soft cuddly toy in his mouth.
Or maybe the popular media just decided they had missed enough stories--the dot-bomb and the now-legendary accounting irregularities at Enron and WorldCom--that they better make sure they reported this one before it was too late, even if they report in the next breath that Alan Greenspan says a bursting bubble
Not only that, but we are seeing a bursting bubble
of consumer confidence.
The Chinese banking system looks rather like Japan's on the eve of the bursting bubble
Strain into a chilled champagne flute and add the bursting bubbles
, if using.