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Andrew Verity
BBC economics correspondent. Should mean I'm corresponding with everyone. If you know something others should know, get in touch. Views mine: facts, everyone's.
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HuffPost UK Ent 8h
Jeremy Corbyn pulls out of scheduled appearance at
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Jason Spacey 18h
Well done England and Wales for rejecting the 'establishment elite' in favour of these guys
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Lionel Barber 10h
Economic price of "Independence Day" by in our new free tabloid
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Andrew Verity 8h
best laugh I've had today.
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Andrew Verity 8h
cheers Rupert. I have a Canadian passport tucked away somewhere...
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Andrew Verity 12h
Market chaos and Mark Carney. Coming up my package on Brexit on
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Andrew Verity 16h
The stock market's rallied a bit off Mark Carney's reassurances; FTSE 100 now down just 5%. Key question: will it stay there?
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Andrew Verity 16h
"The Bank of England will not hesitate to take any additional measures required" - Mark Carney
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David Hill 16h
It was lower than this just four months ago in February.
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Andrew Verity 16h
"The Bank of England will not hesitate to take additional measures...stands ready to provide more than £250bn additional pounds (to banks)"
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Andrew Verity 17h
The stock market is crashing, down 8.5 percent since 8am
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Robert Peston 17h
The signs are that will announce his departure after 8, & presumably that means has to go too.
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Andrew Verity 17h
JP Morgan said that I think. But you'd have to have nerves to steel to do that today
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Andrew Verity 17h
Watch the stock market like a hawk in half an hour's time when the London share market opens. Unlikely to be pretty.
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Andrew Verity Jun 23
Libor 3 Verdict called off - jury wants to listen to some tapes again before final decision: will come back tomorrow morning
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Andrew Verity Jun 23
Verdict imminent in the Barclays libor trial
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Andrew Verity Jun 22
My 23-month old is learning to speak. Every morning she wants to leave the EU. It usually stops with a bit of toast
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Mick McAteer Jun 21
hate to say 'told you so' but we argued pensions 'freedoms'=riskier,worse value products+degrading of annuities
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Torsten Bell Jun 21
Bad public finance news for the Chancellor today is that borrowing last year was £2.7bn higher than OBR forecast back in March
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Cory Doctorow Jun 18
Debullshitifying the Brexit numbers
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