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Press releases issued to The Economic Voice
Spitting can be considered one of the worst habits a person can have, but the British Dental Health Foundation working with SaveWaterSaveMoney and 10 of the UK’s leading water companies are encouraging people to “Spit don’t rinse” after using toothpaste. Spitting will not only help to save water but also improve dental health.
The two-step message is designed to encourage people to turn off the tap after they start brushing their teeth with toothpaste and save water.
Today, Tuesday 10 July The Children’s Society’s is launching the Runaways Charter, a clear code for agencies with a duty to protect children who run away or go missing from home and care.
In the wake of high profile cases of exploitation of runaway children The Children’s Society is launching a campaign calling on all councils in England to sign up to the Runaways Charter and put a safety net in place to protect the 100,000 children who run away every year.
Richard Driver, analyst for Caxton FX says:
This morning’s UK manufacturing and industrial production figures are the best we have seen in many months and they go against the downtrend in recent UK growth figures, however they give a bit of a false impression.
Moving the May Bank Holiday to June helped production but it goes without saying that the two extra Bank Holiday’s in June will see a dramatic decline when June’s figures are released.
ICAP, the world’s leading interdealer broker, announces that it has launched the UK Labour Market Indices (LMI), monthly leading indicators for the UK labour market. The indices will be released on the third business day of each month, indicating conditions during the previous month.
The indices are designed to help forecast changes in employment levels, claimant figures, wage inflation and sectoral/geographic trends in hiring and trading conditions and sentiment in different
William Hill have lengthened their odds about Spain leaving the Euro this year from 7/1 to 10/1, and have also lengthened their odds about the country being the first to pull out of the Euro, from 4/1 to 7/1. ‘The bank bail out appears to reduce the chances of Spain departing from the Euro in the short term’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Greece remains the red hot favourite at 1/8 to be the first country to quit the Euro with Hills who now make Italy 6/1 second