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Inquirier.net
New £34M export deal opens PH to British beefforward to serving this fantastic British product at the Residence and at other
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
forward to serving this fantastic British product at the Residence and at other British Embassy events.” Chief executive Alan Clarke of Quality Meat Scotland, one of the British levy bodies, which supported DEFRA in the deal, further called... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Inflation expected to rise again as cost of living continues to increaseon Wednesday and is expected to remain at 1.8% for the three months to July, th
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 4 days ago
on Wednesday and is expected to remain at 1.8% for the three months to July, the same rate for the three months to June. Alan Clarke, head of European fixed income strategy at Scotiabank, is forecasting CPI to hit 2.8%, driven in part by rising... Read more
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4d
express
Food prices likely to rise to fuel inflation as wage growth lags behindreverse is worth £3,000 Food prices have risen for seven of the last eight mon
express / Posted 4 days ago
reverse is worth £3,000 Food prices have risen for seven of the last eight months - with last month being the exception Alan Clarke, the head of European fixed income strategy at Scotiabank Alan Clarke, the head of European fixed income... Read more
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4d
North-West Evening Mail
Food price rises expected to fuel inflation as wage growth lags behindon Wednesday and is expected to remain at 1.8% for the three months to July, th
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 4 days ago
on Wednesday and is expected to remain at 1.8% for the three months to July, the same rate for the three months to June. Alan Clarke, head of European fixed income strategy at Scotiabank, is forecasting CPI to hit 2.8%, driven in part by rising... Read more
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4d
The News and Star
Food price rises expected to fuel inflation as wage growth lags behindon Wednesday and is expected to remain at 1.8% for the three months to July, th
The News and Star / Posted 4 days ago
on Wednesday and is expected to remain at 1.8% for the three months to July, the same rate for the three months to June. Alan Clarke, head of European fixed income strategy at Scotiabank, is forecasting CPI to hit 2.8%, driven in part by rising... Read more
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5d
North-West Evening Mail
Inflation expected to accelerate as wage growth lags behindwhich includes council tax and mortgage interest payments, is expected to grow
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 5 days ago
which includes council tax and mortgage interest payments, is expected to grow by 3.5% in July, the same rate as June. Alan Clarke, head of European fixed income strategy at Scotiabank, is predicting CPI to hit 2.8%, driven in part by rising... Read more
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5d
The News and Star
Inflation expected to accelerate as wage growth lags behindwhich includes council tax and mortgage interest payments, is expected to grow
The News and Star / Posted 5 days ago
which includes council tax and mortgage interest payments, is expected to grow by 3.5% in July, the same rate as June. Alan Clarke, head of European fixed income strategy at Scotiabank, is predicting CPI to hit 2.8%, driven in part by rising... Read more
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15d
FOX Business
BoE stays on hold, hints again at 2018 risea sign that it was in no hurry to raise interest rates. "The door is still ope
FOX Business / Posted 15 days ago
a sign that it was in no hurry to raise interest rates. "The door is still open to a hike, but it doesn't look imminent," Alan Clarke, a rate strategist with Scotiabank said. "It was more dovish than we had feared. The most striking thing is that... Read more
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15d
FOX Business
BoE stays on hold, hints again at 2018 risea sign that it was in no hurry to raise interest rates. "The door is still ope
FOX Business / Posted 15 days ago
a sign that it was in no hurry to raise interest rates. "The door is still open to a hike, but it doesn't look imminent," Alan Clarke, a rate strategist with Scotiabank said. "It was more dovish than we had feared. The most striking thing is that... Read more
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23d
Reuters
Sluggish UK economy inches forward, Bank of England unlikely to actwas released and British share prices rose. "To me, this is the final nail in
Reuters / Posted 23 days ago
was released and British share prices rose. "To me, this is the final nail in the coffin for an August rate hike," said Alan Clarke, head of European fixed income strategy at Scotiabank. Underlining the consumer slowdown, separate figures from... Read more
24d
Channel NewsAsia
British economy holds up against Brexit headwindsnot expect the BoE to change ... at the August meeting, though the first hike i
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 24 days ago
not expect the BoE to change ... at the August meeting, though the first hike is probably getting a little closer," noted Alan Clarke, head of European fixed income strategy at Scotiabank. "An upwards revision to the Bank's inflation projection... Read more
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24d
Reuters
Sluggish UK economy inches forward, Bank of England unlikely to actthe weakest first half to any year since 2012. "To me, this is the final nail
Reuters / Posted 24 days ago
the weakest first half to any year since 2012. "To me, this is the final nail in the coffin for an August rate hike," said Alan Clarke, head of European fixed income strategy at Scotiabank. Sterling edged down against the U.S dollar after the data... Read more
25d
The Irish Times
It’s official, Brexit is not shrinking the size of chocolate barsalthough it fell last month from May’s four-year high of 2.9 per cent to 2.6 pe
The Irish Times / Posted 25 days ago
although it fell last month from May’s four-year high of 2.9 per cent to 2.6 per cent, helped by lower fuel prices. Alan Clarke, head of European fixed income strategy at Scotiabank, said the full effect of the weakness of the pound was yet... Read more

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