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nawibo

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  1. "Higher inflation would help to keep interest rates low" said Blanchflower ! Who is this dummy?
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  4. http://seekingalpha.com/article/56064-is-t...ver?source=feed In "Financial News: Banks Urge U.K. Clients To Stop Borrowing," Dow Jones Newswires reports that banks are apparently going cap-in-hand to clients begging them not to do what they are legally allowed to do. Banks have asked top U.K. corporate clients not to draw on lending facilities to which they are entitled in order to preserve their balance sheets as they approach the financial year end. The banks are urging some of their biggest clients not to draw on standby credit facilities as the sub-prime crisis and squeeze on interban
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