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Ecb Interest Rates Set To Rise Again

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http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/newsArticl...S-ECB-RATES.xml

"Alongside the gathering momentum evident in the euro zone economy, the virtual confirmation of a hike in March supports our view that ECB interest rates will rise further than markets are anticipating," said Jonathan Loynes, chief European economist at Capital Economics.

Loynes expects rates in the euro zone to rise to 3.5 percent by the end of the year, implying further upside scope to bond yields and the euro.

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I’m just relieved and glad our Government has skilfully manoeuvred

This country into a strong position to deal with these difficulties.

When all the rest of the countries of the world announced that they

were in recession, our Government were patting themselves

on their backs claiming a strong economy!

So… three cheers for Tony and Gordon… <_<<_<<_<

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I’m just relieved and glad our Government has skilfully manoeuvred

This country into a strong position to deal with these difficulties.

When all the rest of the countries of the world announced that they

were in recession, our Government were patting themselves

on their backs claiming a strong economy!

So… three cheers for Tony and Gordon… <_<<_<<_<

Yes, what do they say, "an interest rate rise in time, saves nine" ?

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I’m just relieved and glad our Government has skilfully manoeuvred

This country into a strong position to deal with these difficulties.

When all the rest of the countries of the world announced that they

were in recession, our Government were patting themselves

on their backs claiming a strong economy!

So… three cheers for Tony and Gordon… <_<<_<<_<

do i detect a hint of sarcasm there? ;):D

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