I will be doing proper links tomorrow once I get back to full strength. Here is what I have from the preceding 4 or 5 days. I am still wading through the news and will have much more coming forward.
Clouds lifting over the UK economy | Gavyn Davies
"the tribulations of the euro area in 2011-12 clearly crossed the Channel and damaged British consumer confidence, so the European Central Bank’s efforts to remove the risk of a euro break-up has helped the UK almost as much as southern Europe. With US domestic demand also recovering, UK exports have been rebounding, too.Then there is fiscal policy. The Treasury, deliberately or not, has slowed the overall pace of fiscal tightening in the past 18 months."
Worthwhile Canadian Initiative: What Steve Keen is maybe trying to say
Here, Nick Rowe,...
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