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I think the last week has certainly been an eventful one.

From Monday when the Russian energy minister said he wanted to buy oil in Euro's

to the Chinese raising rates,

to Bernanke talking of a top,

to the US GDP spike,

to Russia's Gazprom and Rosneft wanting to supply world gas,

to ElBaradei nailing Iran to the cross,

to the US naming Iran as the top terror sponsor.

Quite a shift, as all but Iran has come out of the blue. This means the markets need to reposition in response to this weeks events and it is still coming to a levelling point. Do not be surprised if the later half of next week is quiet in comparison.

Then on the home front the New Labour looking like a pub team, embarrassingly unprofessional.

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To Charles Clarke's foreign legion reoffending, one of them stands accused of rape.

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Then on the home front the New Labour looking like a pub team, embarrassingly unprofessional.

Would that be darts or quiz?

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to Russia's Gazprom and Rosneft wanting to supply world gas,

Their shares also jumped 7% because a change of weightings and the fact they're now open to foreign investors.

Keep your eye on BG Group and Centrica, they may well get snapped up by the ruskies.

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