U.K. CPI

Strengthening Pound and Gold, Weakening Dollar and Stocks

January 17, 2017

British Prime Minister Theresa May delivered a speech on Brexit that Rejects any residual partial association with the European Union, Prioritizes total control over immigration above special rights to the single market, Informs that an all-out arrangement for the U.K. would leave it in position to negotiate trade separate trade deals with all countries. Hopes […] More

Several Developments Including a New Brexit Poll

May 17, 2016

According to a new British opinion poll that surveyed about 800 people by phone, the margin of people favoring continuing membership in the European Union versus leaving that group has doubled to about 15 percentage points with 55% want to stay and 40% now in support of leaving.  Sterling is 0.6% firmer against the dollar […] More

U.K. Inflation Jumps Anew

May 17, 2011

The dollar recovered 1.2% overnight against the yen and 0.3% against the Swissy but is down by  0.3% against the pound and euro, 0.2% versus the Canadian dollar, and 0.1% relative to the Australian and New Zealand dollars.  The yuan is unchanged. Stocks were steadier than they’ve been recently, climbing 0.7% in Australia, 0.5% in […] More

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