Illness

Unfortunately I am unwell and will not be posting today.

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  • Drf

    Hi Shaun,

    We are sorry to hear that you are unwell. We hope and pray that you will make a speedy recovery before the coming holiday.

  • forbin

    Get well soon, Shaun, all the best

    Forbin

  • Joe

    Get well soon shaun

  • Liz

    Sorry to hear this. I always look forward to reading your blog, even though I’m not knowledgeable enough to dare comment! Hope you get better soon.

  • Patrick, London

    Hope you feel better soon! (Another norovirus victim perhaps? Taken a few friends out, and sounds bloody unpleasant).

  • JW

    Hi Shaun
    Can’t do without my daily ‘fix’ of truth.
    Hope you get well soon and it doesn’t spoil your Christmas break.

  • Rods

    Hi Shaun,

    I’m sorry to hear that you are unwell. Take care and I wish you a speedy recovery back to full health.

  • Noo 2 Economics

    Hi Shaun,
    Sorry to hear you’re ill. Hope you get well soon and at least in time to enjoy the holiday.

  • Andy Zarse

    There’s a lot of it about! Get well soon!

  • Anonymous

    Hope you get well soon are ‘up and about’ in no time- we need our daily input of common sense!

    Regarding an earlier discussion about ‘irrational exuberance’ related to the Euro, I note that today, despite a faster contraction in the Eurozone industrial numbers, the Euro strengthened! I do wonder how the Euro continues to defy gravity?

  • Robert

    Hope you recover in time to see Greece default and devalue over Christmas!!!

  • Anonymous

    The question i want to know is are you sick as the economy?

    I hope you get well soon..

  • Golshtyne

    Hi Shaun,

    Sorry to learn you are unwell.

    Best Wishes for a speedy recovery.

  • Rebecca

    Get well quickly,

  • Jim M.

    Get well soon. Sir!

  • JW

    Hi Shaun

    On your sickbed I’m sure you were delighted to read these views from the new man at the Bank mimicking his old mate at the Fed.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/9738459/Mark-Carney-hints-at-need-for-radical-action-to-boost-ailing-economies.html