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From bad to worse.

Heck maybe if we print some more and take another 10% of sterling things will get better. :o

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U.K. Producer-Price Inflation Jumps

By ALEX BRITTAIN And NICHOLAS WINNING

LONDON—British producers upped their wholesale prices at the fastest rate in two and a half years in June, as the costs they pay for raw materials accelerated.

The price of goods at the factory gate rose 5.7% in the year to June, up from 5.4% in May and the fastest rate since October 2008, the Office for National Statistics said Friday. Producer prices were up 0.1% on a monthly basis. The stronger annual rate was largely due to food prices rising by their fastest rate since October 2008, with growth of 8.9%.

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From bad to worse.

Heck maybe if we print some more and take another 10% of sterling things will get better. :o

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?app=forums&module=post&section=post&do=new_post&f=22

U.K. Producer-Price Inflation Jumps

By ALEX BRITTAIN And NICHOLAS WINNING

LONDON—British producers upped their wholesale prices at the fastest rate in two and a half years in June, as the costs they pay for raw materials accelerated.

The price of goods at the factory gate rose 5.7% in the year to June, up from 5.4% in May and the fastest rate since October 2008, the Office for National Statistics said Friday. Producer prices were up 0.1% on a monthly basis. The stronger annual rate was largely due to food prices rising by their fastest rate since October 2008, with growth of 8.9%.

It's ok don't worry, this type of inflation is allowed, it's mainly cost push so you can just ignore it. Merv told me so.

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It's ok don't worry, this type of inflation is allowed, it's mainly cost push so you can just ignore it. Merv told me so.

The costs would not be so pushy if he did't keep trying to screw the pound.

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The costs would not be so pushy if he did't keep trying to screw the pound.

End of the road for Kunt and his court jesters - we are now hurtling towards the endgame.

Shops - higher input costs, higher energy prices, higher fixed coss, more tax, more legislation. Reducing sales > requirement for higher margin per item sold - totally against the headwinds that are blowing their way.

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It's ok don't worry, this type of inflation is allowed, it's mainly cost push so you can just ignore it. Merv told me so.

Merv can ignore it, he's on a nice inflation proof pension.

I wish all this deflation RB keeps promising would stop dilly dallying and "cometh".

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End of the road for Kunt and his court jesters - we are now hurtling towards the endgame.

The end game, I worry what that will be with these idiots in control steering us towards oblivion.

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End of the road for Kunt and his court jesters - we are now hurtling towards the endgame.

Shops - higher input costs, higher energy prices, higher fixed coss, more tax, more legislation. Reducing sales > requirement for higher margin per item sold - totally against the headwinds that are blowing their way.

Clueless Tossers

sometime soon hopefuly these w@nkers will be held to account,

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