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Posted on: 29 October 2012
EU legislation and UK taxation have both been engineered to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
Posted on: 26 October 2012
Investigative journalists at the New York Times have made the startling discovery that members of Chinese premier Wen Jiabao's family have become extremely wealthy during the years of his leadership...
Posted on: 25 October 2012
There was a row in parliament yesterday after the prime minister leaked the figures for third quarter UK gross domestic product (GDP).
Posted on: 24 October 2012
The Bank of England (BoE) governor is in no doubt about what our banks should be asking for in their letters to Santa; more capital.
Posted on: 23 October 2012
There was neither fire nor theatre to be found in Monday's FX market. The 60-tick range of sterling/euro was typical, as was the general lack of direction and purpose.
Posted on: 22 October 2012
MPs' expenses are in the spotlight once again. This time it isn't duck islands and moats at the focus of media attention, it's the cross-rental of London property and first class travel.
Posted on: 19 October 2012
The pound moved lower again yesterday, losing ground to everything except the beleaguered Canadian dollar...
Posted on: 18 October 2012
It is intriguing to see how those who drive financial markets are happy to soak up reassurances from the ECB, the International Monetary Fund and the European Commission that Spain and the euro will be salvaged by their action.
Posted on: 17 October 2012
Consumer price index inflation slowed to 2.2% in August, the lowest reading since January 2010.
Posted on: 16 October 2012
In these straitened financial times, with public servants being laid off in pursuit of cost savings and balanced budgets, it is only reasonable that politicians in Westminster should seek to share the burden.
Posted on: 15 October 2012
We've won the Nobel Peace Prize! But reflect for a moment. Is the average Greek or German thinking "we've won" or "they've won"?
Posted on: 12 October 2012
Opponents of the asset purchase programmes of quantitative easing, as enacted in Britain, America and Japan, claim they are of doubtful benefit and store up trouble for the future.
Posted on: 11 October 2012
Investors' contentment was undermined yesterday by falling equity prices and again this morning by a downgrade by Standard & Poor's of Spain's sovereign credit rating by two points to BBB-.
Posted on: 10 October 2012
A team at Newcastle University, having nothing better to do, investigated which sounds are most unpleasant to the human ear.
Posted on: 9 October 2012
The German chancellor's trip to Athens, her first since the onset of the crisis, is seen as a good thing by investors. They interpret it as a vote of confidence.
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