Richard Woolnough puts today's U.K. inflation report in perspective. What the U.K. has (and the...


Richard Woolnough puts today's U.K. inflation report in perspective. What the U.K. has (and the U.S. to a slightly lesser extent) is a nearly unthinkable level of negative real interest rates. By fighting the last war (the GFC), central banks may have ignited a vicious inflation spiral.

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  • tigersam
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    UK is old economy where they praise the queen. I do not see any good future for UK or any other Europen countries.
    22 Mar 2011, 03:27 PM Reply Like
  • Stone Fox Capital
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    sure rates are too low, but its hard to say UK inflation is due to UK interest rates. Are cotton prices really up that much b/c of them or emerging market growth?
    22 Mar 2011, 03:27 PM Reply Like
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