UK core CPI: another big shocker

Discussion in 'Financial Futures' started by ASusilovic, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. So Gilt are trading on very heftily negative real yields in RPI terms, and the market still takes little heed of this inflation trend .. crazy or what?

  2. Been in this 120.48 to 121.48 range since June 21st now - goin nowhere. Besides BOE going for temporary inflation in their forecast, need a few more months to worry the market. If we break the above range we should get going one way or the other.
  3. Everyone believes Merv...
  4. UK PRESS: Pimco, the world's biggest bond investor, has turned bullish
    about Britain, reversing its position in January, when it warned that
    government gilts were resting "on a bed of nitroglycerin", the Guardian
    reports. The California-based asset manager is more optimistic about
    investing in Britain following the drastic budget cuts announced by the
    government while, at the same time, Europe's debt woes make other
    sovereign bonds relatively less attractive, the paper says.