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Aug - No Change

Sept - No Change

Oct - No Change

Too much global uncertainty.

What's uncertain about 2.5% inflation at the tail end of summer when demand for electricity and gas is set to soar as we approach autumn and winter?

Aug +.25%

Sept No Change

Oct No Change

Nov +.25%

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Don't think anyone can predict more than a month ahead as the MPC does not appear to be driven by the same figures and outlook most of us have.

All I'm willing to predict is:

Aug - No Change

See if this has any effect on confidence in sterling and take it from there. Up until now sterling seems to have defied gravity so maybe we will be waiting until November

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Aug - No Change

Sept - 0.25 rise :D

Oct - No Change

Gordy can't ignore everything 'outside his basket' forever.

What do you think?

No chance of IR rise this year, IR would perhaps be cut next year ;-)

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No change through to the end of the year.

Our dear friend Gordy will ensure that his appointees on the MPC toe the line to prolong the party and to maintain the feeling of wealth and happiness for the 36% of voters in the country who think that NL are indeed the most financially astute political party this country has ever witnessed.

After all, his primary objective is to get to no 10 - the inpending hangover is far too long term in his ambitious plans.

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August - No Change

September - No Change

October - No Change

No chance or rises. GB/MPC will be petrified to increase rates seeing how things are going in the USA. CPI/RPI will be rigged to support this position so everything looks rosey and they will have a nice strong debt laiden consumer spending Christmas to make everything look nice.

AFP

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No change this month, and even a 0.25pc rise by the end of the year is looking less certain. The consensus seems to be that inflation will subside to within safe limits by the end of the year, with groups such as Capital Economics expecting it to dip below 2pc in early 2007. I wouldn't rule out a cut within the next six months. :)

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Aug +.25%

Sept No Change

Oct No Change

I think it will be important to get a hike in early while everyone is on holiday and won't notice it or, even if they do, won't care about it. I think it will be the first of two before the year is out.

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Aug/sept/oct - no change although inflation is rearing its ugly head with an unexpected rise no mpc member will vote for a an interest rate rise due to the prospect of an unexpected death like David Walton the last mpc member who voted for a rise

http://business.timesonline.co.uk/article/...2237916,00.html

:ph34r:

Edited by crystal ball

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Guest Bart of Darkness

August -- No change

Can't really speculate too far ahead with the MPC but "no change" does have a familiar ring about it.

GB can always fiddle the inflation figures by moving things out of the basket. Eventually he may end up with an empty basket.

Let's just hope the price of baskets doesn't start to edge up!

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Aug - No Change

Sept - No Change

Oct - No Change

Nov- No Change

Dec- No Change

Jan- No Change

Feb- No Change

Mar- No Change

April- No Change

May- No Change

June- No Change

July- No Change

Aug- No Change

Nothing new here, the MPC are a f@cking joke, independence my @rse, stifle wage demands by manipulating the inflation figures, work longer hours for less money in our pockets. Sooner or later we will all be working just to stay warm.

Maybe thats it, walk everywhere to stay warm, who needs energy :lol:

If we need a few quid for a pint and a bag of chips, just get some cheap credit, you should not be ashamed to be in debt?

Debt is good, its the way of life, without debt you ai'nt worth a bean???????????????? :lol:

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August -- No change

Can't really speculate too far ahead with the MPC but "no change" does have a familiar ring about it.

GB can always fiddle the inflation figures by moving things out of the basket. Eventually he may end up with an empty basket.

Let's just hope the price of baskets doesn't start to edge up!

Shopping Baskets are probably worth a fortune. Think of all that metal and Manufacturing that goes into them. They are also heavy so expensive to transport.

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Nothing new here, the MPC are a f@cking joke, independence my @rse, stifle wage demands by manipulating the inflation figures, work longer hours for less money in our pockets. Sooner or later we will all be working just to stay warm.

Maybe thats it, walk everywhere to stay warm, who needs energy :lol:

If we need a few quid for a pint and a bag of chips, just get some cheap credit, you should not be ashamed to be in debt?

Debt is good, its the way of life, without debt you ai'nt worth a bean???????????????? :lol:

Who needs to walk to stay warm. Bit more global warming we won't even need clothes! We've got all these inflation lowering measures to look forward to!

AFP

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Aug 2006 - No Change

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Jul 2011 - No Change

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Aug 06 - No Change (4.5%)

Sep 06 - No Change (4.5%)

Oct 06 - No Change (4.5%)

Nov 06 - No Change (4.5%)

Dec 06 - No Change (4.5%)

Jan 07 - No Change (4.5%)

Feb 07 - No Change (4.5%)

Mar 07 - No Change (4.5%)

Apr 07 - No Change (4.5%)

May 07 - No Change (4.5%) (Where did that spring bounce go?)

Jun 07 - 0.25% Drop to 4.25% (Have to engineer late spring bounce in housing market somehow)

Jul 07 - 0.5% Drop to 3.75% (Anyone want to take out a mortgage?)

Aug 07 - 1.0% Drop to 2.75% (Any takers?)

Sep 07 - 1.25% Drop to 1.5% (Still no takers?)

Oct 07 - 1.5% Drop to 0% (Hello is anyone out there?)

Nov - Er what do we do now?

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Guest Bart of Darkness

Shopping Baskets are probably worth a fortune. Think of all that metal and Manufacturing that goes into them. They are also heavy so expensive to transport.

I suppose they could replace it with a plastic bag, but the cost of that will increase along with the rising price of oil.

I propose the CPI paper bag. True it won't be able to hold very much but that could work to GB's advantage. Something gets too expensive, oh dear, it's fallen through a hole in the CPI "bag" and rolled away under a table.

Sorted!

Nov - Er what do we do now?

Kind of reminds me of the way Spike Milligan's Q series used to end. I can just see the MPC looking unsure and moving slowly off camera to the refrain "What are we going to do now? What are we going to do now?"

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up 0.25 in august and another in november.

We hope. The Sept/Oct breather should be used for people to prepare! No excuses or moaning then.

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Aug - No Change

Sept - No Change

Oct - No Change

Too much global uncertainty.

With Idiot Steve on this. IR frozen for ever new labour (red tories) wont change rate.

Too many British fools in debt :D:D:D

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Aug - No change

Sept - No change

Oct - No change

Nov +0.25% as they realise inflation is part of an upwards trend

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With Idiot Steve on this. IR frozen for ever new labour (red tories) wont change rate.

Too many British fools in debt :D:D:D

Ignorant Steve if you please sir. You wouldn't like me calling you Baden, would you.

Though you do probably like small (white) boys.

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