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Andrew Verity
half-Canadian BBC financial broadcaster. Currently moonlighting at Newsnight. Views mine: facts, everyone's.
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Matt Yglesias 1d
Take two minutes and you’ll finally understand what Bitcoin is all about:
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This is Money 1d
BoE raises growth forecast for first quarter to 1% as manufacturers report best orders since 1995
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hi looking to get in touch; any chance you might follow me and I'll DM?
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Henry Pryor 18 Apr
We've always been a nation of home owners, right? Wrong;
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Andrew Verity 17 Apr
Taylor Wimpey's new homes are up 22% since last year to £248.9k. So the taxpayer paying for a fifth of yr home hasn't made it cheaper.
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Rahul Sharma 16 Apr
On the margin, Tesco results better than expected in Asia, Europe. Some relief that it wasn't worse & no mega warning a la Morrisons
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Andrew Verity 16 Apr
tell me about it. you can borrow £500,000 and pay less than £1,000 a month. But 3-point rise = double payments
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Andrew Verity 16 Apr
Tesco's shares have jumped 4 per cent this morning - market relieved they weren't worse
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Andrew Verity 16 Apr
While Tesco fullyear sales were down 1.4% (like for like), in the fourth quarter they fell 3%. In Europe, profits down by a third
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Colin McLean 16 Apr
Tesco results show further shrinkage & lack of strategy. More discounters now attacking it. Too much space. Property will be impaired.
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Andrew Lilico 16 Apr
If interest rates were 5%, many commentators wld see 10% house price rises as a good reason for rates to go up. But at 0.5% they don't. Hmm.
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Andrew Verity 16 Apr
Partly on the back of its sales post-Help to Buy, Persimmon is accelerating its programme of giving £1.7bn surplus capital to shareholders
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Andrew Verity 16 Apr
Persimmon: number of forward sales (bought before built) is up 38%. Average price £200,400, up 3%
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Andrew Verity 16 Apr
Private sales at the UK's biggest housebuilder Persimmon are up 25%, it's just reported in the last two minutes
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Andrew Verity 14 Apr
Selling the copper mine will help Glencore reduce the giant debts it took on to buy Xtrata
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Andrew Verity 06 Apr
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rebeccamarston 04 Apr
RT : Broadcaster or Programme of the Year – the winner is: and well deserved it is
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Andrew Verity 04 Apr
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Andrew Verity 04 Apr
cheers Gordon
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Andrew Verity 04 Apr
cheers Steph most kind
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