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Andrew Verity
BBC economics correspondent. Should mean I'm corresponding with everyone: get in touch. Views mine: facts, everyone's.
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Sam Harris Mar 25
My conversation with the great is now on YouTube: "The Russia Connection"
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Reuters Top News Mar 25
Germany's Schaeuble wins party endorsement for September election
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Business Insider Mar 25
GOLDMAN: OPEC's oil production cuts were smart but they're having unintended consequences
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Ian Fraser Mar 25
Mail Men is in many respects a "hatchet job" on the Daily Mail. Review by
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Andrew Verity Mar 25
Glad you liked the articles. If you want the real, full story out there - please follow and tweet me. No truth - no justice.
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Experts.com Mar 23
Finance texted friends, during trial, for help w/ basic questions
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Andrew Verity Mar 23
late disclosure. Too late at least for Tom Hayes trial...
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Andrew Verity Mar 22
Libor expert witness texted for help - BBC News
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David Enrich Mar 22
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Andrew Verity Mar 22
Expert witness on Libor for the Serious Fraud Office texted for help mid-trial, court hears:
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Andrew Verity Mar 21
well - £ peaked vs $ in July 2014 and started dropping. The big drop last June accelerated what some see as a welcome trend.
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Rob Holdsworth Mar 21
true, and we expect pay growth to be zero or slightly positive in February. Negative in March tho
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Andrew Verity Mar 21
Chilling: iceberg lettuce price increased by 67.2% between January and February 2017, having fallen by 0.8% a year earlier (ONS).
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Andrew Verity Mar 21
Here's a big part of what's driving the sharpest rise in inflation in 5 years - petrol and diesel up 19.4% - largely cos £ is weaker (ONS)
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Andrew Verity Mar 21
Goodbye, real wage rises! Prices on average are now rising as fast as earnings - by 2.3 per cent (CPI to Feb just released by ONS)
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Andrew Verity Mar 12
interesting blog DM me?
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(((Nick Gould))) Mar 12
Thanks for your comments about Reading on this morning . Glad more people hearing the truth
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Andrew Verity Mar 10
you may be right. But will inflation slow consumer demand? It didn't always do that in the days of inflation-beating pay rises.
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Andrew Verity Mar 10
3/3 and third - here's an explainer from the Office for National Statistics. Draw your own conclusions from all three.
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Andrew Verity Mar 10
2/3 Second, exports, even excluding oil etc, are strongly up since the referendum (and look set to continue growing):
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