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MarmiteGate, Equal Pay & Rolls' Boosted Pensions

Today’s headlines are:

  1. Tesco and Unilever have reached an agreement on the pricing debate coined ‘MarmiteGate’.
  2. Asda’s 7000 shop floor staff have been successful in being allowed to the next stage of the claims process after tribunal.
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Fears of deflation turn to fears of inflation

The world inflation picture has changed in 2016. It is hard to note that without a wry smile as there was no shortage of so-called expert opinion that when inflation headed towards zero and in some cases to below it that sang along with REM. 1,328 more words

General Economics

Lying About Inflation While Food Prices Skyrocket

By Dale Netherton – Re-Blogged From iPatriot

Here’s an interesting statistic. In a recent survey, the Food and Agriculture Organization said its index which monitors monthly price changes for a variety of staples averaged 231 points in January — the highest level since records began in 1990.  509 more words

GDP & Employment

U.S. manufacturing PMI unexpectedly rises in October - Markit

Investing.com – Activity in the US manufacturing sector registered a surprise increase in September, according to preliminary data released on Monday. In a report, market research group Markit said that its flash manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) rose to 53.2 in October from the prior month’s final reading of 51.5. 289 more words


Stock markets might not crash. Investors might still lose big.

Our future is being shaped by an unprecedented monetary experiment run by our central bank mandarins, but a happy ending is a mathematical impossibility. The economic imbalances that resulted in the last, 2008 financial crisis are now much worse and we are facing two possible routes of their resolution. 406 more words


British public's inflation fears show record jump - YouGov/Citi

The British public’s expectation for inflation in a year’s time recorded its sharpest jump in more than a decade this month, driven by fears of higher import prices, a closely watched survey by polling company YouGov said on Monday. 184 more words