The Day Today 30 Aug

* House of Commons votes against military action in Syria, Defence Secretary Hammond says decision will put strain on ‘special relationship’ {NSN MSC1443HHEDC <go>}

* NYT: Obama Willing to Pursue Solo Syria Strikes, Aides Say

* Carney: BOE could add to stimulus if needed {NSN MSBHUN0D9L35 <go>}, says they will act if housing bubble emerges {NSN MSC1FE6TTDS5 <go>}

* BCC says unemployment will hit 7% nine months before the BoE forecast

* UK Gfk Consumer Confidence highest since Oct 2009, -13 from -16

* ECB’s Nowotny Says Rate Cut Possible Under Current Guidance  {NSN MSBYSK6TTDSN <go>}

* Weidmann: Effectiveness of easy policy wanes over time {NSN MSAUEM3C0QVX <go>}

* Weidmann: ECB May Not Publish Complete Minutes of Meetings {NSN MSAZMI6K50Y0 <go>}

* Japan inflation highest since Nov 2008, core CPI +0.7% YoY vs +0.6 exp

* Finland agrees 2014 Budget plan, spending down EU1bn from 2013, debt to reach 100bn  {NSN MSAZ0K6TTDYD <go>}

* Portugal Constitutional Court rules legislation enabling the Govt to fire public sector staff who can’t be retrained is illegal

* Malaysia Provident Fund KWAP to raise global investments and looks to buy Australian property  {NSN MSBXJP6JIJV8 <go>}

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