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As we power ahead, what next for the UK borrowers?


  • UK economy picks up steam with GDP, employment growth and government borrowing performing strongly
  • Demand for credit from UK companies is on the up, with supply gaps being filled from the increasingly established alternative funders…
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Deals & Financing

Trade idea: sell short sterling from Dec-15 out to Jun-16

I argued after the BoE’s February Inflation Report that they were closer to hiking than you might think (here). Since then market pricing has seen the expected timing of the first rate hike get pushed  682 more words


21/03/2015 - Outlook for GBP

Rates ahead of coming week:

GBP/EUR – Hit a high of 1.4256 in March before hitting a low of 1.3710. This currency pair will start the new week at 1.3814. 276 more words


Wellness Committee

I am serving on the District Wellness Committee for the 2014-2015 school year.  This group is working very hard to implement the mandates (both federal & state)  These include Curriculum updates & integration, district Wellness Policy updates, overseeing Staff Wellness programs, student health and wellness programs, and many others.   30 more words


BoE: is a rate cut "extremely foolish" or even-money?

Andy Haldane, the BoE’s Chief Economist, gave a rather extraordinary speech yesterday (here). What was so extraordinary about it was just how off-message it was compared to the recent Inflation Report (which he oversees), MPC minutes and comments from Governor Carney at TSC. 826 more words


Student assignment highlights, 2015-16 first round

The letters went in the mail Friday afternoon, and the results of the first part of the 2015-16 assignment process are out.

If your child wasn’t a younger sibling and wanted one seat at Clarendon, you had to compete with 96 others for that one seat — there were only 16 seats open to non-siblings this year. 262 more words