October 2nd, 2009 08:33:42 GMT

UK PMI construction weaker than expected

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UK PMI construction for September has come in at 46.7, weaker than the median forecast of 48.1. Meanwhile Bank of England has reported that housing equity withdrawal for Q-2 -£6.996 bln. Cable steady at 1.5895. Is it home time yet?

October 2nd, 2009 08:17:50 GMT

UK PMI construction up next

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UK PMI construction for September is up next in about 13 mins (08:30 GMT). It’s expected 48.1, up from previous 47.7. Cable is steadying a little after earlier sell-off, presently at 1.5885 having posted 1.5866 session low.

October 1st, 2009 08:32:15 GMT

UK September manufacturing PMI worse than expected

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UK September manufacturing PMI has come in at a disappointing 49.5, down from 49.7 in August, and appreciably below the median forecast of 50.2. Cable, not surprisingly, has lost ground post release, down presently at 1.5945 from around 1.5970.

September 29th, 2009 23:21:42 GMT

UK confidence highest in 18 months

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The GfK confidence index for September came in at -16 after a reading of -25 in August. This is the highest reading in 18 months and the biggest jump in the index in 15 years. Sterling in relatively unchanged but we … Continue reading

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