By London WSJ
Books and gilts as stable inmates as Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne began outlining its plans to reduce costs to 11 h 30 GMT. So far, no there was no major surprises.Mr Osborne said Government remains committed to fight the deficit and will back down step for commitments in the budget.Il said plans to 490,000 jobs shed in the public sector for four years, in accordance with previous assessments.
The pound sterling was quoted at $1.5743, of $1.5715 m. Osborne began to speak, but not beyond of the scope for the day.The euro remained unchanged at 0.8795 book.
Gilts were also stable m. Osborne detailed plans to cut dépenses.Décembre gilts have increased from 124.20 0.13.
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