A quiet session on the markets as the world waits for Friday’s non-farm payrolls data in the US. And on Brexit, I ask NAB’s Ray Attrill whether Britain could fall-out of Europe without a deal by accident?
Bond yields fall as recession fears grow after weak personal spending numbers from the US. But NAB’s Tapas Strickland says it is being met with any signs of a sustained fall in inflation. So, just how far do central banks need to go? https://t.co/FedmRFWGAZ
Forget the last election, with Boris-mania and Corbyn-phobia, the one before that Boris had a majority of 5k. All it would take is 2.5k of his supporters to switch sides to see him off. Precisely why he won't be calling an early election, whatever he tells his backbenchers!