US launches $400bn Libor case— fiatcurrency (@fiatcurrency) August 17, 2017
Rate-rigging by British lenders ‘fuelled failure of American banks’ https://t.co/KAS3DhQQu1
This will run and run!
"The unemployment rate (the proportion of those in work plus those unemployed, that were unemployed) was 4.4%, down from 4.9% for a year earlier and the lowest since 1975."Additionally, the employment rate (the proportion of people aged from 16 to 64 who were in work) was 75.1%, the highest since comparable records began in 1971.
And before the flood of "it's all zero hours contracts" tweets come in, it's worth having a quick look at this. pic.twitter.com/yNm26ZvfQW— James Cleverly (@JamesCleverly) August 16, 2017
GDP Would Need to Collapse 5% in Next 12 Months to Meet Osborne's Treasury Predictions: https://t.co/LJHB69DlHw pic.twitter.com/vaFYABQvPw— Guido Fawkes (@GuidoFawkes) July 26, 2017
However, it should be borne in mind that IMF forecasts are invariably shite (the fact that they revised the forecast is a clue) as this chart from 2014 shows:IMF cuts 2017 UK growth forecast to 1.7% from 2%, the biggest downward revision this year of all major economies. pic.twitter.com/48gEFXGwUo— Jamie McGeever (@ReutersJamie) July 24, 2017
"Firms should expect supervisors who have their 'eyes peeled', their 'ears to the ground' – and who 'can smell when something is off'." https://t.co/Bj0BjStp9W— Katie Martin (@katie_martin_fx) July 10, 2017