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Chris Martenson: "Why This Market Needs To Crash (And Likely Will)"

chris martenson: why this market needs to crash (and likely will)
Authored by Chris Martenson via PeakProsperity.com, Like an old vinyl record with a well-worn groove, the needle skipping merrily back to the same track over and over again, we repeat: *Today's..
Zero Hedge

The Co-op Bank says it has attracted a number of "credible" buyers

the co-op bank says it has attracted a number of "credible" buyers
Several "credible" parties have expressed their interest in buying the Co-operative Bank, the lender said today. The bank, which put itself up for sale last month, said in an update to the market:..
City A.M.

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News video: UK inflation at 2.3 percent means dilemma for Bank of England policymakers

UK inflation at 2.3 percent means dilemma for Bank of England policymakers 00:45

Inflation in Britain surged again last month. Consumer prices were up by a stronger-than-expected 2.3 percent thanks to more expensive fuel and food. That was up from the previous month’s 1.8 percent..
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News video: UK inflation shoots past Bank of England target

UK inflation shoots past Bank of England target 01:29

British inflation last month shot past the Bank of England's 2 percent target for the first time since the end of 2013 and looks set to climb further due to the Brexit hit to the pound and rising..
Source: Rumble -

News video: U.K. Inflation Breaks Through BOE Target at 2.3%

U.K. Inflation Breaks Through BOE Target at 2.3% 02:12

Mar.21 -- U.K. inflation grew faster than expected in February, moving past the Bank of England's target for the first time in more than three years. Bloomberg Intelligence's Dan Hanson reports on..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: What to Watch Tuesday: Nike Reports Earnings

What to Watch Tuesday: Nike Reports Earnings 01:09

Investors await earnings from Nike after the closing bell. Analysts expect the company to earn $0.52/share on $8.45 billion in revenue. Other companies reporting include FedEx , General Mills , Lennar..
Source: The Street -

News video: BOE May Make Smaller Adjustments, Says RBC's Lignos

BOE May Make Smaller Adjustments, Says RBC's Lignos 02:21

Mar.16 -- Elsa Lignos, senior currency strategist at RBC Capital Markets, reacts to the Bank of England's interest rate decision and looks at the response of the British pound. She speaks with..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

 

Even inflation at 3.5 per cent might not mean rate rise says BoE official

even inflation at 3.5 per cent might not mean rate rise says boe official
Higher inflation may not automatically lead to an interest rate rise, according to one of the Bank of England’s top officials. Gertjan Vlieghe, one of the members of the rate-setting Monetary..
City A.M.

Sterling surprise: The pound will ride out Brexit back to safe haven status

sterling surprise: the pound will ride out brexit back to safe haven status
Some nine months ago, the UK referendum on European Union membership was a fantastic exercise in democracy and, irrespective of individual political persuasion, engaged sections of society that were..
City A.M.

Carney tries to put banking ethics into practice

Big-hitters turn up at the Bank of England for ill-timed conference on standards
FT.com

Capital for the capital: London to grow faster than UK

capital for the capital: london to grow faster than uk
Growth in London will outpace the rest of the UK over the next two years, according to a new study. The capital’s economy will see two per cent growth this year before slowing slightly to grow by..
City A.M.

New plastic £20 note release date announced and how long...

new plastic £20 note release date announced and how long...
A new plastic £20 note is on its way and will be graced by Britain's favourite artist.The Bank of England has revealed details of the new note, following the successful launch of the polymer fiver.It..
Gloucestershire Echo Also reported by •Gloucester CitizenStroud LifeHull Daily Mail

Secure Trust Bank boss rules out interest in Co-op Bank

secure trust bank boss rules out interest in co-op bank
The boss of Secure Trust Bank said today he is not interested in snapping up Co-op Bank, after reporting his bank had a record year for profits. Co-op Bank, which is currently 20 per cent owned by..
City A.M.

Inflation on the rise? This chart shows the damage it could do

inflation on the rise? this chart shows the damage it could do
UK inflation hits its highest level in almost three and a half years. We look at the damage inflation can inflict on your money and investments. UK inflation has hit its highest level in almost..
City A.M.

Exporters enjoying Brexit ‘sweet spot’ from weak pound, says Bank of England deputy Governor


Telegraph.co.uk

Interest in driverless cars has cooled across Europe - except in Britain

interest in driverless cars has cooled across europe - except in britain
Car and tech firms may be ramping up their efforts to deliver driverless cars to the masses, but interest in the vehicles across Europe is waning. According to a global automotive study by Deloitte,..
City A.M.

Sterling fall may boost investment says Bank of England deputy governor

sterling fall may boost investment says bank of england deputy governor
The devaluation of sterling since the EU referendum could prompt an increase in business investment if exporters look through trade uncertainty, according to a deputy governor of the Bank of..
City A.M.

A lifeboat from inflation: Time to invest in index-linked bonds?

a lifeboat from inflation: time to invest in index-linked bonds?
Inflation should be a concern for investors as well as consumers. The Bank of England anticipates that price rises will accelerate this year and peak at 2.8 per cent in early 2018. These predictions..
City A.M.

Watch out! Bank warns that robots are coming

watch out! bank warns that robots are coming
In a report on business conditions, the Bank of England said firms were pushing ahead with efforts to limit rising energy, labour and materials bills.
MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk

Companies still investing despite consumer fears says Bank of England

companies still investing despite consumer fears says bank of england
British business investment intentions have picked up, according to a survey by the Bank of England, despite weakening retail sales casting a pall over consumer prospects. The increase in investment..
City A.M.

Ten ways to spring clean your finances before the end of the tax year

ten ways to spring clean your finances before the end of the tax year
Spring is here and it's a golden opportunity to sort out your finances before the end of the tax year on 5 April. And this year savers have an additional reason to get out in front: inflation...
City A.M.

Brexit latest: Modest pick-up in business investment intentions in Bank of England agents' survey

The latest report from the Bank shows that the score for manufacturing investment intentions over the next 12 months in February ticked up to 0.7 in February, up from 0.2 in January
Independent

The time has come to unpick the pensions triple-lock

the time has come to unpick the pensions triple-lock
Britain's incoming wave of inflation is expected to be temporary, driven by a weaker pound and higher global energy costs, rather than a pick-up in the fundamental factors that can prompt a..
City A.M.

Sturgeon blasted over "tin pot" approach as Holyrood debates referendum

sturgeon blasted over "tin pot" approach as holyrood debates referendum
Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of a “tin pot” approach to independence as Holyrood debates her call for a new referendum. MSPs are expected to vote tomorrow in favour..
City A.M.

Will rising inflation call time on the economy’s post-Brexit vote strength?

will rising inflation call time on the economy’s post-brexit vote strength?
*Jonathan Portes, professor of economics and public policy at King’s College London, says Yes.* Most forecasters got the near-term outlook for the UK economy after the Brexit vote badly wrong. But..
City A.M.


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