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Fears of a squeeze in living standards amid rising prices and shop shortages have knocked consumer confidence back to levels last seen when the economy... [Read More]
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A first interest rate rise since the pandemic has moved a step closer after two Bank of England ratesetters voted to tighten policy to grapple... [Read More]
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Temporary or persistent? That is the question troubling the Bank of England's monetary policy committee. Looking in the rear-view mirror, the answer is that th... [Read More]
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Britain is drifting towards stagflation with growth slowing and inflation rising because of problems in supply chains, energy markets and recruitment, according... [Read More]
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The Bank of England expects to strip back regulations for small lenders to boost banking competition as it takes advantage of new freedoms outside the... [Read More]
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Foreign investment in the UK is too focused on London and the southeast to provide the broad economic benefits that the government plans under "levelling... [Read More]
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Britons are becoming increasingly worried about inflation, according to a monthly survey that is likely to raise concerns at the Bank of England.Inflation exp... [Read More]
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The Bank of England should scrap the last of its quantitative easing plans and start preparing for an increase in interest rates, The Times' panel... [Read More]
Public sector borrowing came in above forecasts last month as rising inflation pushed debt servicing costs up to their seventh highest level on record.Public sector... [Read More]
Inflation will last longer and rise higher in the UK than most other advanced economies as supply chain disruptions, high shipping and commodity costs and... [Read More]
Inflation will last longer and rise higher in the UK than most other advanced economies as supply chain disruptions, high shipping and commodity costs and... [Read More]
Borrowing came in above forecasts last month as rising inflation pushed debt servicing costs up to their seventh highest level on record, according to official... [Read More]
A green bond boom may be emerging to match the dotcom and sub-prime mortgage bubbles that burst spectacularly earlier this century, a global watchdog for... [Read More]
There are two reasons why the energy market is in crisis, sending prices soaring and driving suppliers to the brink, and both can be pinned... [Read More]
Pretty much everyone knows about quantitative easing, or "money- printing" to use the vernacular. Less well known is that £20 billion of the £895 billion... [Read More]
Pretty much everyone knows about quantitative easing, or "money printing" to use the vernacular. Less well known is that £20 billion of the £895 billion... [Read More]
Britain's retailers suffered an unexpected setback in August when sales fell for a fourth month running as people began spending more of their money on... [Read More]
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