UK inflation beats but Bank of England unlikely to react

Dec 12, 2017, 12:35 PM

UK inflation beats but Bank of England unlikely to react Matt brown, Financial Editor at Core Finance joins presenter Colin Lloyd to discuss the major market moving events of the day. After the the CPI showed a higher than expected print of 3.1% for year on year in the UK, brown comments that the Bank of England will be looking more closely at the core inflation data that hasn't moved in the last four months. Lloyd and Brown also discuss the comments from Trade minister Liam Fox regarding Britain expecting similar trade deals with the EU as they currently have in place, brown comments that this is unlikely to happen and the EU will look to have less favourable trade deals for the UK to discourage other member states from leaving the union.

FTSE stock to watch - Morrison's supermarket's are trading lower today as Kantar data states that competitive supermarkets Aldi and Lidl have seen sales growth of 15% over the reported 12 week period.

Youngs Brewery, the AIM stock to watch has seen a boost from broker JP Morgan, upgrading the brewery and landlord

Broker - Britishland initiated by Barclays and how further consolidation maybe taking place in the UK commercial property sector.

Core Number +7.7% the the consolidated expected return for the S&P 500 in 2018. Will the current bull run become the biggest in history?

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