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Yep. 1.57 a couple of weeks ago 1.48 today.

Read a report on ZH also a couple of weeks ago with GS telling everyone to buy pounds (presumably so they could sell)

Hasn't actually managed to breach the 1.48 support area as yet and head towards the March 2013 lows, so this **might** be an opportunity to go long (for the brave, dip buying trader). Bit of a war going on at the moment but there are certainly buyers coming in at that level.

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Hasn't actually managed to breach the 1.48 support area as yet and head towards the March 2013 lows, so this **might** be an opportunity to go long (for the brave, dip buying trader). Bit of a war going on at the moment but there are certainly buyers coming in at that level.

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Carney is just a hapless bystander in this.

Ben is running the world now.

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aka 'patsy'

Carney is just a hapless bystander in this.

Ben is running the world now.

Goldman scumabg with his hands on the tiller to make their bets pay. Just liek the previous incumbent who had the hand on the tiller and made his massively lopsided (investment breadth wise) pension miraculously pay too.

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Why do the plebs insist on buying a house when it's perfectly possible to live under the bridge? Houses are for the rich, as it should be.

because, the address means they wont get a job.

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Why do the plebs insist on buying a house when it's perfectly possible to live under the bridge? Houses are for the rich, as it should be.

IDS is changing the rules to prevent tramps from hoarding spare arches, so the middle class can move in.

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