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 Ian McCafferty - “There are glimmers of hope on the horizon for manufacturers who have endured a long-lasting downturn.”
 Mark McCafferty - “Our information is the RFU is about to drop its case.”
 Ian McCafferty - “There are glimmers of hope on the horizon for manufacturers who have endured a long-lasting downturn. But at a time when commodity and energy prices continue to rise unabated, UK manufacturing is not out of the woods yet.”
 Ian McCafferty - “Although it is too early to say if this month's decline in export demand is the start of a trend, the fall is a further blow for manufacturers at a difficult time. Firms will be hoping this is not the first sign of slow-down in the global economy in the face of the latest oil price increases.”
 Ian McCafferty - “With retailing and manufacturing both very weak, the fact that services are slowing is particularly worrying.”
 Ian McCafferty - “Conditions for manufacturers are getting increasingly tough as costs continue their seemingly inexorable rise but weak demand keeps prices down, squeezing already thin profit margins even further.”
 Ian McCafferty - “A combination of weak consumer spending and challenging world markets is weighing on UK manufacturing.”
 Ian McCafferty - “The service sector in recent years has been an important driver of growth,”
 Wayne Cafferty - “We didn't have good patience on offense. We didn't execute well or take advantage of getting it inside. We had good looks from the outside we just didn't knock the shots down.”
 Wayne Cafferty - “When we played team ball we played well. When we had patience on offense our outside shots opened up our inside game, and on some nights our inside game opened up the outside. Teams had to pick their poison against us.”
 Wayne Cafferty - “Both teams played tight. With the rivalry both teams wanted to beat the other and in games like that it comes down to fighting through it. Our defense got us through it tonight.”
 Mark McCafferty - “It is a pretty awful way of going about things and it has no place in a commercial dispute. What it shows is that the RFU have a weak legal case and they know it. We have no wish to go to court but, if they seriously want to reach a settlement before February 27, they should go about it properly.”
 Ian McCafferty - “The slightly less negative recent news from the housing and retail sectors contrasts with increasing pressures on manufacturers from the high cost of fuel and materials.”
 Ian McCafferty - “Only two of the 10 industry groups surveyed this month - chemicals and metal products - expect prices to rise in their sector over the coming three months. Cost pressures from high oil and transportation prices will only serve to depress profits further,”
 Wayne Cafferty - “I think Brooke really stepped up her game in mid January (and) Andrea put in a ton of time in the off-season and played with the confidence of someone who put in that time.”
 Ian McCafferty - “Christmas, in retailing terms, is coming later and later each year as consumers play chicken with the high street and delay their spending in the expectation of late price cuts as the big day draws nearer.”
 Ian McCafferty - “The increase in business with private individuals in the past three months is striking, and partly reflects the pick-up in the housing market from last year's low.”
 Ian McCafferty - “With energy costs up sharply in recent months and some disappointing developments in the global economy, there is no doubt UK manufacturers still face a challenging business environment. Nevertheless, this survey provides some encouraging news.”
 Wayne Cafferty - “That was the first game we played about 28 really good minutes of basketball. It's probably the game that got us into gear.”
 Ian McCafferty - “We are disappointed that the Bank did not take the opportunity to provide some support for the fragile economy.”
 Ian McCafferty - “We think there's room for a small cut and look to the Bank to do so if there's no sign of a pick-up in momentum in the economy.”
 Ian McCafferty - “The Bank has chosen to follow a steady course. This is particularly understandable given current mixed economic signals. The slightly less negative recent news from the housing and retail sectors contrasts with increasing pressures on manufacturers from the high cost of fuel and materials. The MPC should stay alert to further weaknesses in the economy and must remain on standby to cut rates over the coming months.”
 Mark McCafferty - “We are not concerned with taking control of the board or taking more money at the expense of others. Our argument is that not enough is being done to enhance the commercial value of the Heineken Cup more partners should be sought and there should be a sponsor for the Challenge Cup, a competition which is important but which does drain resources. We are not after a bigger slice of the pie we want a bigger pie so that everyone gets more.”
 Mark McCafferty - “What the game desperately needs is a sensible discussion about the way ahead.”
 Wayne Cafferty - “We changed her free-throw shooting style because she'd been struggling from the line last year and was afraid to take it inside. She wasn't afraid to get fouled this year.”

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