Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Crude rebounds on US reaction to Iran letter

FT.com: Crude rebounds on US reaction to Iran letter

Crude oil futures rose more than $1 yesterday after the US government appeared to reject Iran's latest diplomatic move to resolve questions over Iran's nuclear programme.

Posted by Jason @ 06:59 AM (659 views)
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1. Talking_rot said...

People can now buy a pair of jeans for 4 in Asda and such places. How can cheap, imported? goods negate the effect of higher petrol prices, higher utility bills, higher council tax etc? I can not understand why inflation remains stubbornly low or, more to the point, for how much longer.

Please could some economist, accountant or financial wizard/witch type explain?

Wednesday, May 10, 2006 10:27AM Report Comment
 

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