Interesting Inflation News Links (February 19, 2009)

* France meets Guadeloupe demands (BBC News)

* The data behind the new grading rules (Kent Fischer, Dallas Morning News)

* Bank of England unlikely to cut interest rates to zero (Angela Monaghan, Telegraph)

* Inflation surges unexpectedly in Jan. (Richard C. Gross, Washington Times)

* Oil prices surge on report of falling inventories (Mark Williams)

* Bankers ignored the warning signs, says Gieve (Sean Farrell, The Independent Online)

* Wiretaps record alleged bribery at SK Foods (Denny Walsh, Sacramento Bee)

* Southern California home prices fall to 2002 levels (Peter Y. Hong, Los Angeles Times)

* ‘Licence to print money’ is last weapon to fight inflation, claims Bank of England (Olinka Koster, The Mail on Sunday)

* Stocks drift amid mixed economic readings (Stephen Bernard)


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