October 26th, 2009 04:50:06 GMT.

Latest from AEP in the UK Telegraph


This is a story which we all know is coming but we’re adopting the ‘heads-in-sand’ approach, hoping it goes away. The big squeeze on the price of rice which happened last year in places like the Phillipines is I’m afraid going … Continue reading


October 24th, 2009 13:59:00 GMT.

Wrap-up of post-UK GDP prescrpitions


More QE, drop the base rate…these are some of the policy prescriptions being suggested by then good and the great in the wake of yesterday’s demoralizing drop in UK GDP. Sure makes Gordon Brown’s job of trying to retain power … Continue reading


October 23rd, 2009 09:11:35 GMT.

Darling offers his words of wisdom


UK’s Darling comes out in wake of devastatingly bad growth data and says: We remain cautious as result of high degree of economic uncertainty Always been clear that growth will return at turn of year as forecast in budget All … Continue reading


October 23rd, 2009 05:41:11 GMT.

Cable extends rally overnight


Cable is opening a touch firmer, presently up at 1.6630 having closed out Thursday in North America down around 1.6615. Overnight in Asia it reached a session high 1.6677 before settling back. As expected Asian sovereign, Middle East selling noted. Event … Continue reading


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