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Tuesday, October 04, 2016

The Highs & Lows of the United Kingdom

We've never seen a wider spread between the FTSE 100 Index (it hit all-time highs today) and the British Pound vs U.S. Dollar forex pair (now at new 30-year lows), as shown on the following Monthly charts...presumably the after-effects of the "Brexit" vote.

The question is, is this the new normal and what will that mean for inflation in the UK if it is?