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<sigh> Bored now.

Now now you cannot have all of the excitement in one week. Got to keep some back for another. :P

Edited by FTBagain

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Yeah I know.

Better then what I feared, last night I saw barclays axe .25% off there savings rate in the Mail and got a bit worried.

Well they have to immigate against their losses on their bad lending. <_<

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Yeah I know.

Better then what I feared, last night I saw barclays axe .25% off there savings rate in the Mail and got a bit worried.

Nationwide put their mortgage rates down 0.15% two days ago:

http://www.nationwide.co.uk/mediacentre/Pr...this.asp?ID=762

but do not worry because they put them up 0.15% less than a month ago:

http://www.nationwide.co.uk/mediacentre/Pr...this.asp?ID=744

:lol:

Edited by King Of Fools

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Nationwide put their mortgage rates down 0.15% two days ago:

http://www.nationwide.co.uk/mediacentre/Pr...this.asp?ID=762

but do not worry because they put them up 0.15% less than a month ago:

http://www.nationwide.co.uk/mediacentre/Pr...this.asp?ID=744

:lol:

Which means that they were expecting a rise this month.. Un-officially of course.

Now the prat on the CH4 news was saying they will stay flat for half a year before they need to drop..

I think we should try and drop them.. Why can't we be the only major currency to not be raising rates...?

Be interesting to see what the minutes say.

I was being sarcastic above..

Dermot this morning flicks to the Currency performance.

Quickly says

"This is what the currencies are doing" and the page flicks of..

No indicators diplayed to show trends or directions..

Where did they go BBC...?

Reporting the news or shaping it...

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