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  • A New Start

    posted to Notayesmanseconomics's Blog on Thu 22nd Nov 12

    As some of you have already pointed out Mindful Money is back in business and as of today my thoughts on economics and finance can be found there (again). I look forward to seeing you all there and I have put a direct link below.http://www.mindfulmoney.co.uk/wp/author/shaun-richards/Filed

  • A New Start

    posted to Notayesmanseconomics's Blog on Thu 22nd Nov 12

    As some of you have already pointed out Mindful Money is back in business and as of today my thoughts on economics and finance can be found there (again). I look forward to seeing you all there and I have put a direct link below.http://www.mindfulmoney.co.uk/wp/author/shaun-richards/Filed

  • Why I now expect more Quantitative Easing in the UK by the Bank of England

    posted to Notayesmanseconomics's Blog on Wed 21st Nov 12

    The UK economy finds itself in an all too familiar position of rising inflation with the Consumer Price Index currently rising at an annual rate of 2.7% and falling economic growth with the Governor of the Bank of England recently suggesting in the latest Inflation

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  • A New Start

    posted to Notayesmanseconomics's Blog on Thu 22nd Nov 12

    As some of you have already pointed out Mindful Money is back in business and as of today my thoughts on economics and finance can be found there (again). I look forward to seeing you all there and I have put a direct link below.http://www.mindfulmoney.co.uk/wp/author/shaun-richards/Filed

  • A New Start

    posted to Notayesmanseconomics's Blog on Thu 22nd Nov 12

    As some of you have already pointed out Mindful Money is back in business and as of today my thoughts on economics and finance can be found there (again). I look forward to seeing you all there and I have put a direct link below.http://www.mindfulmoney.co.uk/wp/author/shaun-richards/Filed

  • Why I now expect more Quantitative Easing in the UK by the Bank of England

    posted to Notayesmanseconomics's Blog on Wed 21st Nov 12

    The UK economy finds itself in an all too familiar position of rising inflation with the Consumer Price Index currently rising at an annual rate of 2.7% and falling economic growth with the Governor of the Bank of England recently suggesting in the latest Inflation