Tuesday, October 16, 2007

has the fed got fedup

Wall St. worries about oil, rates

perhaps they are fedup with bailing out and reducing rates, as it simply does NOT work...

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5 thoughts on “has the fed got fedup

  • And the inflation in UK will always be static at 1.8% (somehow God only knows)
    Infact the RPI with rising remortgaging rates of upto 11% is falling.

    Explain..

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  • Deepak.

    not GOD only knows, I think GORD only knows, after all it is Gordon that is manipulating the inflation figures.

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  • Deepak.

    not GOD only knows, I think GORD only knows, after all it is Gordon that is manipulating the inflation figures.

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  • Every week we get news of another item/service going UP by above inflation.
    And every month the RPI figure goes DOWN!
    Manipulation, pure and simple. Office of Notional Statistics, as someone here once wrote!

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  • dohousescrashinthewoods says:

    Last time the Gordster whacked up the proportion of tax on petrol, CPI jumped to 3%.
    He’s just done the same again (sorry, his glove puppet has) and CPI stayed flat.

    Does anyone independently calculate inflation? (I would love to have the time)
    I’d love to see all the weightings on a graph – eg what would CPI have been this month if we had continued to use last month’s weightings? What would last month’s CPI have been if they had used this month’s weightings? You get the picture, and then expand it historically, for all the different weightings.

    If the slating here has basis, the lines on that graph would be all over the shop.

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