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Foreign-owned firms key to boosting UK productivity, BOE says

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Foreign-owned companies are beating their domestic peers when it comes to the UK’s productivity, according to Bank of England (BOE) research.

They’re around twice as productive as domestically owned firms, according to BOE staff Sandra Batten and Dena Jacobs, who examined data from around 40,000 companies. 325 more words

Money Matters

Some thoughts on AAC redistricting proposal

The AAC is still taking comments from the residents, but I am not sure how exactly certain comments are evaluated. Last night Polygon 147 (newly developed Centennial Overlook and 50 years old Woodland and Oak Hill) definitely showed up strong in the meeting room and their presence moved them back to Centennial High. 202 more words

Howard County

I am now a 2018 Howard County Board of Education Candidate

I am now a 2018 Howard County Board of Education Candidate. I filed my candidacy form Monday afternoon. I believe with our parents and kids, school teachers and staff, and our diverse communities, we can provide one of the best education experiences for our children. 26 more words


BoE NEDs review conflicts policies

The BoE’s non-executive directors have published a review of its approach to identifying and managing conflicts of interest within the BoE set up. There will be an update to the Bank’s Code of Conduct to update and clarify requirements.  18 more words


GBP/USD: ¿Cómo el Banco de Inglaterra sepulta a la Libra Esterlina (corto plazo)?

Aunque sigue siendo un reto (luego de meses sin escribir) estoy trabajando en Osiris y otras entradas que me permitan refinar mi operatoria (trading o casino). 734 more words


Monetary Policy Coordination: From Global Easing to Global 'Tightening'

Abstract: An interesting series of central-bank announcements over the past semester confirmed my view of a global central banking monetary policy coordination. The first two major players that hinted in a speech that the central bank might slow down their asset purchases were the ECB and the BoJ; but more recently we heard… 52 more words

Global Macro

Notes From Underground: Unemployment Friday, the Data On Which We're Dependent?

The first Friday of August brings the BLS jobs report. Does it matter for the markets?In my opinion, not unless this number is above 300,000 or the rate falls below 4.1%. 592 more words