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Jason Deane rounds up the narratives and looks at the questions facing the economic world as one answer endures... 'Bitcoin fixes this'.
As we enter what looks like the final leg of central banks’ interest rate rising journeys, it’s as good a time as ever to trace why they have been jolted into action after over a decade of ultra loose policy and whether their response to the inflation crisis has been effective. Coming out of the [...]
A lot of energy has been wasted on finding the source of the near two-year long global inflation surge. It has resembled a cathartic process to help families and businesses come to terms with how damaging the cost of living crisis has been. First Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey drew scorn for demanding workers [...]
Inflation and rising costs are forcing firms to leave behind ESG initiatives in an effort to “keep their heads above water,” per a new survey. Firms are being forced into supply chain changes due to rising costs as well as disruption. Some 90 per cent of supply chains have experienced disruption in the past year, [...]
With inflation still hovering around 10 per cent, savvy investors across the UK are searching for the most lucrative opportunities to protect their portfolios from eroding in real terms. As we head into ISA season, there is also the opportunity to enjoy tax-free earnings on your investments, giving consumers an additional boost during the cost-of-living [...]
As prices keep going up, Elena Siniscalco looks at what happens to the Conservative manifesto pledges from 2019 when we adjust them in line with inflation Inflation is at 10.5 per cent in the UK. This isolated number can feel quite difficult to quantify, but we see it everywhere around us – in the price [...]
The Governor of the Bank of England has pleaded with companies to remember that inflation will drop sharply later this year when they are setting prices or risk hurting those on the lowest incomes. Andrew Bailey said that if companies set prices that help embed inflation in the economy it will not benefit anybody and [...]
Core inflation - which strips out volatile components like food and energy - dropped from 4.2 per cent to 3.6 per cent.
The Bank of England's Chief Economist Huw Pill has warned inflation is not being slowed by a slowing UK economy
Four members of the Bank's MPC agreed that there were clear risks that inflation could remain elevated despite the sharp fall in October.
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