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GDP Growth Misses Target but Pound Remains High

30 April 2014
Robin Haynes
Yesterday’s measure of economic growth in the UK, GDP, came in at 0.8% for the first quarter of 2014, marking the fifth consecutive quarter of growth – the longest since the financial crisis of 2008.

GDP Focus

29 April 2014
Tom Arnold
The markets had little of serious note to digest as the week began yesterday, with rates very similar this morning to that which we greeted Monday morning with.

Little data holds the GBP

28 April 2014
Matthew Boyle
The short trading week last week was altogether a fairly quiet one for the majors, and whilst many expected an exciting end to what began a fairly pedestrian paced week, this did not come.

Quiet start, Russian sanctions in focus...

22 April 2014
Tom Arnold
Following the Easter break we find the Pound still riding high across the board close to multi year highs against the Dollar and only a couple of cents short of the same against the Euro.

Egg-ceptional Pound

16 April 2014
Tom Arnold
As we pass the mid-point of the first Easter-shortened week we find the Pound in a egg-ceptionally strong position.

Inflation takes centre stage

15 April 2014
Rob Bastin
Monday’s economic calendar was absent of any UK releases although at the weekend Rightmove announced that house prices have shown another increase up a further 2.6% in April.
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