U.K. deficit in trade of goods £8.195B in January vs £8.74B in December and consensus of £9B....

U.K. deficit in trade of goods £8.195B in January vs £8.74B in December and consensus of £9B. Services surplus £5.8B. Total deficit seasonally adjusted £2.36B in January vs £2.81B in December. Export volumes (excluding oil and erratics) unchanged in three months to January, while import volumes -2%. Although the pound has slumped following the trade and production figures, the FTSE 100 is +0.1%. (PR)

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  • dividend_growth
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    The more austerity you try, the heavier your debt burden.


    And if you try the Mellonite Liquidationist approach, you will bring Nazis, Commies, Talibans, or other sorts of Barbarians to power. Then you are really fvcked.
    12 Mar 2013, 05:59 AM Reply Like
  • physdude
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    Cameron and the economy reminds me of Tony Blair and the Iraq war. Adamant and stubborn even when all the evidence and public are against them.
    12 Mar 2013, 06:45 AM Reply Like
  • june1234
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    yeah damned if you do ......if you don't. can I borrow some cash to pay you back the money I owe you with interest These plans are crazy and they know they don't work makes em even crazier.
    12 Mar 2013, 07:27 AM Reply Like
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