1. The World of Superbrands

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    May 26, 2011 by KP

    A very interesting BBC programme that showed how superbrands market and the rise of famous brand names. Want to know …
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  2. Protected: Reasons for the 1970s – 1980s UK Recession

    May 22, 2011 by KP

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  3. Protected: China effect

    May 21, 2011 by KP

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  4. The dot-com bubble and Internet markets


    May 20, 2011 by KP

    The term bubble is given to an unsustainable rise in the stocks/shares of a good. The dotcom bubble was such …
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  5. Deflation and ‘The Quantity Theory of Money’


    March 30, 2011 by theweller

    Our dear friend Margaret (Hot Pants) Thatcher usedthe Quantity Theory of Money to try to reduce inflation in the 1980s. …
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  6. A Crisis of Economics: Guardian Podcast

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    February 7, 2011 by KP

    Browsing through the Guardian Business Section on its website, I came across an excellent podcast on the entire economic crisis …
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  7. 1973 all over again?

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    February 2, 2011 by theweller

    With the Egyptian population calling for the immediate resignation of President Mubarak the western world should be quaking in its …
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  • UK consumer confidence hits lowest level since Brexit vote, but German business confidence soars - business live November 24, 2017
    The Bank of England’s interest rate rise has made Britons gloomier about economic prospectsSurvey: UK consumer confidence has fallen sharplyDetails: Britons are more worried about house prices, household finances...German business confidence is boomingUK consumer confidence lagging behind US and EUBlack Friday - a bang or a whimper? 3.46pm GMT A stronger eur […]
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  • A quick UK-US post-Brexit trade deal?Looking at Nafta, that seems unlikely | Randall Mark Wigle November 24, 2017
    Trump has promised a deal ‘very, very quickly’. If talks proceed as slowly as they are for a revised US agreement with Canada and Mexico, that won’t happenBeing a Canadian sabbatical visitor in the United Kingdom this year has allowed me to witness Brexit politics at close hand. As an economist, I’ve found it fascinating.Some Britons feel that Brexit sets th […]
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  • High street sales bounce back after sharp fall last month November 24, 2017
    CBI survey of retailers comes before Black Friday discounting period, which is likely to drive sales furtherHigh street sales are staging a recovery after a sharp slowdown last month, overcoming the steepest growth in selling prices in almost 25 years.Grocers and clothing retailers fuelled stronger sales in November in the Confederation of British Industry’s […]
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  • Black Friday frenzy: stop the spending | Alexandra Spring November 24, 2017
    This year, Australia is joining in on the most overtly avaricious retail event. And it’s sickeningOn Tuesday night I was chatting to the founder of a newly launched US footwear brand, who was eagerly anticipating Black Friday.“We don’t really have that in Australia,” I said blithely.“One day only: exclusive beauty offers” “Black Friday alert: up to 50% off s […]
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  • UK faces two decades of no earnings growth and more austerity, says IFS November 23, 2017
    Thinktank’s budget analysis says forecasts for lower productivity, earnings and growth until 2022 were ‘pretty grim reading’Britain’s leading financial thinktank has warned workers to expect an unprecedented two lost decades of earnings growth and many more years of austerity as a result of the marked slowdown in the economy announced in Philip Hammond’s bud […]
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  • Age of austerity isn't over yet, says IFS budget analysis November 23, 2017
    Mainly grim news from thinktank, painting a picture of doom and gloom including predictions of a £35bn deficit in 2019-20Seven years after George Osborne ushered in a tough new age of spending cuts and deficit reduction, the Institute for Fiscal Studies had a grim message for the long-suffering British public yesterday: the age of austerity is not over. The […]
    Larry Elliott Economics editor
  • Budget decisions that are urgent matters of life and death | Letters November 23, 2017
    Professor Wendy Burn on fears that promises of spending on mental health services will be broken; Colin Dyer of WellChild on the failure to prioritise the wellbeing of the young; Rev Paul Nicolson on inadequate benefits, poverty and ill health; plus, letters on housing and economic growthThere is a real and imminent danger that the promises made to improve m […]
  • Number crushing: economists give Hammond's budget the big thumbs down | John Crace November 23, 2017
    In a dark room in central London, the Institute for Fiscal Studies pores over the figures behind Wednesday’s budget and finds little actually thereCall it the revenge of the geeks. On every other day of the year, politicians feel free to play fast and loose with the figures. Anything to massage them towards their own ends. But having stayed up all night goin […]
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  • IFS says budget shows UK 'in danger of losing two decades of earnings growth' - as it happened November 23, 2017
    Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including reaction to the budget, Philip Hammond’s morning interviews and the Institute for Fiscal Studies’ post-budget briefing.Philip Hammond’s morning interviews - SummaryLunchtime summaryIFS budget briefing - Key pointsAfternoon summary 5.11pm GMT 4.56pm GMT John McDonnell, the shadow c […]
    Andrew Sparrow
  • UK business investment slows, but retail sales bounce back - business live November 23, 2017
    Updated growth figures show British businesses reined in their spending over the summer - bad news for the productivity crisisLatest: Retail sales recoverUK business investment slowsUK growth confirmed at 0.4%UK still lagging behind GermanyEarlier:Latest: Eurozone companies enjoy best month in six yearsLiving standards squeeze to continuePolitics Live: Hammo […]
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