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U.K. April services PMI slows to 53.3 from 55.3 previously. Combining the manufacturing,...

U.K. April services PMI slows to 53.3 from 55.3 previously. Combining the manufacturing, construction, and services PMI, Markit's Chris Williamson says they signal the weakest rate of growth since November. "The big question is whether the data are weak enough to encourage the BoE to provide further stimulus."
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  • TheSlog
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    A now very serious possibility the markets aren't taking into account is that sleaze on several fronts may throw the UK into political crisis before too long.
    Osborne is almost out of excuses on the austerity front, but at the same time the Leveson Inquiry is not looking good for the Cameron Coalition.
    The PM think that the Jeremy Hunt thing has gone away, but it hasn't: more damaging revelations about Hunt's probity are emerging -
    http://bit.ly/K41i4Z
    3 May 2012, 08:37 AM Reply Like
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