Thursday, December 6, 2007
Stand by for £1.20 a litre petrol and £2 for a loaf of bread.
By 1514 GMT, the euro had risen as high as 72.32 pence, just a little below its 72.55 pence all-time high, set in May 2003. The pound was down 1.3 percent versus the dollar at $2.0324, having hit its lowest since mid October. Because those with serious debt want the party to continue the uk economy has to be trashed in the process. By hook or by crook people will have to face up to the fact that their house is worth alot less than it is today.