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MM twittering on Treasury Select Committee

Money Marketing will be twittering from the Treasury Select Committee evidence session on mortgage arrears this morning.

City minister Lord Myners and FSA retail markets managing director Jon Pain and retail intermediaries and mortgages sector leader Lesley Titcomb will be giving evidence at the session.

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“The worst is over” says BCC

The pace of the decline in Britain’s economy is easing, according to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) Quarterly Economic Survey.Each quarter the BCC surveys over 5,000 businesses, and in its report for the second quarter it concluded that “the worst phase of the recession is over.”While all the key balances remained in negative territory […]

China’s economic bounce may already be over

By Mike Riddell (17 May 2016) Most people would explain the rally in global risky assets since mid-February as being primarily down to the spectacular volte-face from the Federal Reserve, where Janet Yellen (and others) dramatically toned down their narrative that the Fed would be hiking rates as many as four times in 2016. This explanation […]


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