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paid £1.469/l this week. Looks plausible it could be over £1.50 before Xmas. Personal impact moderated as our consumption is about to drop markedly (est. ~65% drop to ~6 litres/week) until summer '14. If there's anything remaining of the economy by then will have to think about how to mitigate resumption of higher fuel consumption.

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Nice pop in crude today after Benny's statement.

Crude rallied sharply on Wednesday, with U.S. oil roaring above $108 after the Federal Reserve's surprising decision to keep its foot on the monetary policy accelerator. In a surprising decision, the Fed voted to maintain its massive monetary stimulus at current levels, rather than weaning markets off its crisis-era cheap money. On the margins, that development is considered bullish for commodities prices, with the liquidity expected to boost crude.

At least momentarily, investors ignored efforts by major world powers to curb Syria's use of chemical weapons - easing concerns that an armed conflict could take a toll on oil supplies, or lead to a wider conflict.

Brent crude oil futures for November rose by more than $2 to just over $110 a barrel, after slipping to its lowest in more than a month in the previous session. U.S. crude oil futures surged by $2.65, settling at $108.07 a barrel.

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Really shows how we are shafted by our govt and its policies to date, look at all the OPEC countries prices 0.12c a litre in Suadi, 0.01c a litre in Venezuela over 2.02 dollars here. Obviously being a net importer and not a major oil producer doesnt help but still....

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Really shows how we are shafted by our govt and its policies to date, look at all the OPEC countries prices 0.12c a litre in Suadi, 0.01c a litre in Venezuela over 2.02 dollars here. Obviously being a net importer and not a major oil producer doesnt help but still....

You might want to take a look at the country that pays the most at the pumps...

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  • 404 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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