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Bbc: Introducing The Gordaq.

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'Introducing the GorDaq':

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/newsnight/4595938.stm

Thanks to Newsnight, Gordon Brown will have his own index, The GorDaq.

Over the course of the year it should be able to tell us whether the Chancellor is getting any nearer his goal of replacing his neighbour at Number 10.

The GorDaq has been designed in conjunction with Professor Colin Rallings of Plymouth University.

We've asked experts in media, politics, economics and public opinion to feed into the process.

As with any index, the GorDaq begins at 100, but which way will it go next?

Surely, HPCers should also have been asked to "feed into the process"??

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How does one short the Gordaq?

why not ask them!!!!

...perhaps this is a bit subtle of the beeb.....but relating gordon brown to the nasdaq is actually rather neat!!

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