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>"Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news"
>"Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news"
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"Consumer prices in the United Kingdom have risen at the fastest pace in almost 30 years as higher costs for energy, transportation, food and furniture squeezed household incomes"
"Consumer prices in the United Kingdom have risen at the fastest pace in almost 30 years as higher costs for energy, transportation, food and furniture squeezed household incomes"
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"The CPI release reflected more persistent pricing pressures. The new wrinkle is the decline in consumer spending. Low unemployment and high inflation still keep the Federal Reserve on the path of raising rates in March. This environment _...Read More_
"The CPI release reflected more persistent pricing pressures. The new wrinkle is the decline in consumer spending. Low unemployment and high inflation still keep the Federal Reserve on the path of raising rates in March. This environment _...Read More_
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"The costs of most of the core raw chemicals that make up just about everything we use are skyrocketing and show no sign of future relief."
"The costs of most of the core raw chemicals that make up just about everything we use are skyrocketing and show no sign of future relief."
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>"The Consumer Price Index increased at the fastest pace in 40 years, a new report showed."
>"The Consumer Price Index increased at the fastest pace in 40 years, a new report showed."
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>"WASHINGTON (AP) — At first, it didn’t even register as a threat. Then it seemed like a temporary annoyance. Now, inflation is flashing red for the Federal Reserve's policymakers — and delivering sticker shock to Americans at the used _...Read More_
>"WASHINGTON (AP) — At first, it didn’t even register as a threat. Then it seemed like a temporary annoyance. Now, inflation is flashing red for the Federal Reserve's policymakers — and delivering sticker shock to Americans at the used _...Read More_
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>"The country’s second-biggest bank will trim its $35 overdraft fee to $10 starting in May."
>"The country’s second-biggest bank will trim its $35 overdraft fee to $10 starting in May."
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>"Reaching for the tax-cutting playbook won’t solve Britain’s problems – the current crisis was a decade in the making before Covid"
>"Reaching for the tax-cutting playbook won’t solve Britain’s problems – the current crisis was a decade in the making before Covid"
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>"The U.S. trade deficit widened to $80.2 billion in November, close to a record high, due to strong demand and an easing of supply-chain issues."
>"The U.S. trade deficit widened to $80.2 billion in November, close to a record high, due to strong demand and an easing of supply-chain issues."
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"Americans born after 1980 have been wrestling with sharp price increases for the first time since they’ve been old enough to notice."
"Americans born after 1980 have been wrestling with sharp price increases for the first time since they’ve been old enough to notice."
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"Last quarter survey of 2021 shows firms worried about raised interest rates, and cash flow and debt issues, prior to plan B Covid rules"
"Last quarter survey of 2021 shows firms worried about raised interest rates, and cash flow and debt issues, prior to plan B Covid rules"
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>"Letter: Alastair Hatchett writes that pay growth for some is quite strong, while for others it is very weak"
>"Letter: Alastair Hatchett writes that pay growth for some is quite strong, while for others it is very weak"
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>"Rising energy bills and taxes could finally turn voters against Boris Johnson, says the Guardian columnist Aditya Chakrabortty"
>"Rising energy bills and taxes could finally turn voters against Boris Johnson, says the Guardian columnist Aditya Chakrabortty"
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"The Conversation’s best graphs have removed doubt, surprised, and told entire stories."
"The Conversation’s best graphs have removed doubt, surprised, and told entire stories."
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The U.S. economy grew at a 2.3% rate in the third quarter, slightly better than previously thought, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. But prospects for a solid rebound going forward are being clouded by the rapid spread of the latest _...Read More_
The U.S. economy grew at a 2.3% rate in the third quarter, slightly better than previously thought, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. But prospects for a solid rebound going forward are being clouded by the rapid spread of the latest _...Read More_