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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8071774.stm

The second priority story in the bbc news website business section today. The pound falls slightly against the dollar, mainly on dollar strength, and its somehow headline news?

The Bank of England's David Blanchflower warned that the worst of the global crisis may not be over.

"My worry is that there can be many false dawns and we shouldn't assume that everything is over," he said in an interview with the Times newspaper.

So not only has it had a slightly weak morning, its now a False Dawn? :blink: That comments even from an unrelated article :blink:

But analysts expect the pound to remain strong as it rebounds from the 23-year low of $1.3620 against the dollar in January.

So, what the hell was the point of this article? Who pays these people? ... oh no! Its me isn't it :(

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bbc is evil and should be burnt at the stake then drowned in the Thames

BBC should be nothing other than a You Tube Cahnnel and then we'd see how popular GOVERNMNET LIES really are.

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