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Can't find a link. Just been given this information. Needs debating.

Who gave you this information?

Sorry bit slow in responding

"In addition, the growth of government consumption spending was likely to slow from

2007." - from the minutes.

This sort of argument is very sloppy, basically they hope that the government will get spending under control, not this year but the year after. We're not even sure who will be prime minister in 2007!

Edited by underpressuretobuy

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Apparently, it's very dovish.

LOL, yeah, ONE bloke who ALWAYS votes for rate cuts voted for a rate cut, so that makes the minutes VERY dovish. :lol::rolleyes:

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See link above. Apparently, it's very dovish.

http://www.iii.co.uk/news/?type=afxnews&ar...&action=article

Stirling falling against virtally every currency, but good news is FTSE up.

Okay, I think it's one vote for cut, rest for hold.

Okay, I think it's one vote for cut, rest for hold.

It's abstracted for those who can't face reading the real thing.

http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast...story_id=588906

But the majority of members are keen to wait and see how the short term inflation outlook develops, believing it too soon to call the top of the oil market, while gas price moves also remain uncertain.

The January wage round will also be keenly eyed as policymakers wait to see if increased energy prices have found their way into pay.

Short Stirling has definitely reacted to this news. It seems to have increased the chances of a rate cut. We'll have to wait and see.

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Who is Short Stirling? The little guy who sits beside you at work? Is he a BTLer?

Good to see we've still got some humour on this bad bear day.

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LOL, yeah, ONE bloke who ALWAYS votes for rate cuts voted for a rate cut, so that makes the minutes VERY dovish. :lol::rolleyes:

Yes, and will result in plenty of column inches about rate cuts in the new year no doubt. :lol:

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Yes, and will result in plenty of column inches about rate cuts in the new year no doubt. :lol:

yup,steve nickell and rachel lomax are two arch-doves so no surprise there then.

the rest seem to want to hold fire until the wage round kicks in....some folks may get a xmas bonus but most annual pay rises are generally in Q2 after the final results.

....I wouldn't be so sure of the february rate cut....especially if the retailers have salvaged a bit over the festive season......as I said before,the devil is in the detail so watch out for the online sales.

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