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Posted by Peter Rudin-Burgess on 13th October 2015
If you ignore the overly dramatic capitalisation of PLUNGE and RECESSION this article in the Mail Online on the Australian economy is quite interesting. In a paper titled ‘Australian Banks: What goes up, read more
Posted by Peter Rudin-Burgess on 8th October 2015
There are three things effecting the exchange rates this week. As I reported last week the ONS (Office for National Statistics) revised the growth figures for the UK economy. This week the IMF has revised the U read more