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Andrew Verity
BBC economics correspondent. That should mean I'm corresponding with everyone. Views mine: facts, everyone's.
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Ben Thompson Aug 24
Big sell off in China spooks global stock markets. London's FTSE100 is down 2.5%. I'll explain all next
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Emma Hogan Aug 20
This week's offering, on the one measure in which Britain still lags far behind:
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Danny Blanchflower Aug 21
time for a rate cut for the MPC in my view as world economy slow
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Andrew Verity Aug 21
you're quite right to flag that up. I used the 'annualised' figure; not the best number to use in the context of the other data
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Gaz Weetman Aug 18
Eye-watering Times graphic re:train fares post-privatisation (Not inflation adjusted:RPI %77 since95) Competition eh?
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Ian Fraser Aug 18
compensation scheme for SMEs swindled via IRHPs working well—for banks << average conseq loss payout £34k
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BBC Newsnight Aug 18
When will interest rates go up? "Pretty soon," says ex-Bank of England economist David Miles
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Gregor Stuart Hunter Aug 18
Must-read: National Bureau of Economic Research crunches those "suspiciously stable" Chinese unemployment numbers
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Andrew Verity Aug 18
thanks! We aim to please
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Andrew Verity Aug 18
Foreign deflation, domestic INflation: goods fell overall by 1.8 per cent, but services (haircuts to cab rides) ROSE by 2.4 per cent.
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Andrew Verity Aug 18
Minus 5 per cent in the year to July. The price of fish. And food generally still 2.7% cheaper than a year ago.
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Andrew Verity Aug 18
Crucially for the Bank of England, core inflation (inflation excluding fuel, food, alcohol and tobacco) was UP by 1.2%
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Andrew Verity Aug 18
Against expectations, the Consumer Prices Index has gone UP, not down - 0.1%. RPI - the determinant of rail fares - was up 1.0%
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Andrew Verity Aug 14
Navinder Sarao just left Westminster magistrates for Hounslow after being freed on bail, wearing a hoody and ignoring questions
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Andrew Verity Aug 14
Nav Sarao is free on bail after a variation of his bail conditions by Westminster magistrates
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Andrew Verity Aug 14
It's also emerged Nav Sarao has funds of more than £30m, £25.5m of it in Swiss accounts which he can't access
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Andrew Verity Aug 14
Navinder Sarao's barrister has told Westminster magistrates court Mr Sarao has been diagnosed with severe Asperger's syndrome. .
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Andrew Verity Aug 13
If you missed my report on jobs on last night's Ten O'Clock News, it's here:
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Shaun Richards Aug 13
Dear Are you sure? " Greece GDP rises 0.8% in second quarter"
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Derek Gatopoulos Aug 12
Deputy PM Dragasakis on State TV: "We expect the (new) recession to last 8-9 months"
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