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While inflation and recession fears weigh heavily on the minds of voters, another issue is popping up in political campaigns from the U_K_ and Australia to the U_S_ and beyond: the “China threat.”
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Data on jobs, prices and sales this week will add to the gloom, but might an inflation-led return to work take the edge off?
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Higher mortgage costs will hit homeowners and tenants, investment and consumer spending. In a recession. I hope they’re proud of their acquisitive selves
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The Faulkland Inn near Bath has come through recessions, wars and Covid but is being beaten by soaring costs
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Economic downturn expected to get worse when energy price cap is raised in October
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The United Kingdom's economy shrank in the three months to June
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Live, rolling coverage of business, economics and financial markets as economists brace for long UK recession
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The Bank of England is predicting a recession, while energy bills are soaring and parts of the country could be brought to a standstill again by strikes. John Harris is joined by the RMT’s Mick Lynch and Miatta Fahnbulleh of the New Economics Fo ...
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As Truss and Sunak slug it out, rightwing papers are waking up to the looming catastrophe, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee
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People who retired during the pandemic should go back to work to help avert a recession, the boss of John Lewis has said.
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Rolling live coverage of business, economics and financial markets as analysts weigh risk of recessions across the world
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The global financial crisis brought large economies together but the current crisis comes at a time of deep division
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The Tory leadership contenders are pursuing a dangerous nirvana of low taxation while ignoring the damage inflicted by leaving the EU
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Results this week will reveal the tour giant’s post-Covid boom, but what might a deep recession do to holiday bookings?
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It comes after the Bank of England warned the UK would fall into the longest recession since the financial crisis.
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Liz Truss defends her plans after saying she would not give handouts in response to higher fuel bills.
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Job creation unexpectedly surged last month as interest rates climbed higher and falling gas prices offered some hope for cooler inflation.
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Country to enter recession this year and economy on course to shrink for five straight quarters
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Inflation will reach 13 per cent by the end of the year, the Bank predicts
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