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Now a pound at

Now a pound at $1.50 is in sight, which raises a question about the usefulness of economic forecasting.I may have missed it, but I cannot find any forecaster that predicted this a year ago. I found this cute idea on of our reader’s blogs which worked perfectly into my “try not to go over $10 for a present” strategy! ) Anyway, Linds from That’s So Cuegly was my inspiration! Above each “sense” I wrote a short *cheesy* sentence. Anyway, we are on a student budget now that Jamie is back in school which means I had to be SUPER creative! (The “main” tag I put on his present) I took the FIVE senses…some digi-scrapbooking paper and put together some tags in Photoshop. Most expected further sterling weakness, and some are still warning of a decline soon.

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Now a pound at $1.50 is in sight, which raises a question about the usefulness of economic forecasting.

I may have missed it, but I cannot find any forecaster that predicted this a year ago.

I found this cute idea on of our reader’s blogs which worked perfectly into my “try not to go over $10 for a present” strategy! ) Anyway, Linds from That’s So Cuegly was my inspiration! Above each “sense” I wrote a short *cheesy* sentence.

Anyway, we are on a student budget now that Jamie is back in school which means I had to be SUPER creative! (The “main” tag I put on his present) I took the FIVE senses…some digi-scrapbooking paper and put together some tags in Photoshop.

Most expected further sterling weakness, and some are still warning of a decline soon.

(Against the Euro the recovery of sterling is much less marked.) But if you look at what people do rather than what they say, the hedge funds have now built up a huge long position on sterling – they are betting that it will rise further.

It has a caretaker government and, despite the resumption of talks on forming a coalition with the Social Democrats, the expectation is that at best Angela Merkel will not be head of a secure government until Easter.

.50 is in sight, which raises a question about the usefulness of economic forecasting.I may have missed it, but I cannot find any forecaster that predicted this a year ago. I found this cute idea on of our reader’s blogs which worked perfectly into my “try not to go over for a present” strategy! ) Anyway, Linds from That’s So Cuegly was my inspiration! Above each “sense” I wrote a short *cheesy* sentence. Anyway, we are on a student budget now that Jamie is back in school which means I had to be SUPER creative! (The “main” tag I put on his present) I took the FIVE senses…some digi-scrapbooking paper and put together some tags in Photoshop. Most expected further sterling weakness, and some are still warning of a decline soon.

The question is: how long can this happy equilibrium last?

The combination of a weaker dollar and the slightly more positive tone from the Brexit negotiations has led to a surge in the sterling/dollar rate.

A couple of weeks back I was wondering about sterling reaching

The question is: how long can this happy equilibrium last?

The combination of a weaker dollar and the slightly more positive tone from the Brexit negotiations has led to a surge in the sterling/dollar rate.

A couple of weeks back I was wondering about sterling reaching $1.40.

Donald Trump seems to welcome it, while Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin seems more concerned.

Since all governments, at least in democracies, have very little control over exchange rates, you could say that it doesn’t matter much what members of the administration think.

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The question is: how long can this happy equilibrium last?The combination of a weaker dollar and the slightly more positive tone from the Brexit negotiations has led to a surge in the sterling/dollar rate.A couple of weeks back I was wondering about sterling reaching $1.40.Donald Trump seems to welcome it, while Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin seems more concerned.Since all governments, at least in democracies, have very little control over exchange rates, you could say that it doesn’t matter much what members of the administration think.

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Donald Trump seems to welcome it, while Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin seems more concerned.

Since all governments, at least in democracies, have very little control over exchange rates, you could say that it doesn’t matter much what members of the administration think.

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