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

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    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’

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    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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  • One year on from Brexit vote: business's winners and losers June 22, 2017
    It’s been a poor year for the pound, savers and UK-focused retailers but firms with sizeable foreign earnings have prospered Britain’s consumers and UK-focused firms are among the biggest losers one year on from the shock Brexit vote that drove the value of the pound to its lowest level in more than 30 years.On the first anniversary of the EU referendum, fin […]
    Angela Monaghan
  • Inflation needs to be checked with rate increase, says MPC member June 22, 2017
    Outgoing external rate-setter says Bank of England policymakers are wrong in assessment of economic conditions A Bank of England policymaker has heaped further pressure on Mark Carney, the governor, with a warning that the central bank’s policymakers have failed to spot an inflationary spiral that needs to be choked off with an immediate increase in interest […]
    Phillip Inman
  • The Guardian view on the UK’s workers: divided and conquered | Editorial June 22, 2017
    The Bank of England’s chief economist is right to say a casualised, de-unionised and atomised labour market has weakened workers’ ability to bid up wages. He’s wrong to say it may be time to raise interest ratesLife is getting interesting at the Bank of England. Next month will mark the 10th anniversary of the last time the technocrats of Threadneedle Street […]
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  • Athens: thousands of public-sector workers march against austerity June 22, 2017
    Protest, for better employment rights, is latest in series that has hindered rubbish collection in major cities in GreeceGreece has been hit by fresh strike action as thousands of public sector workers marched through Athens in protest against the debt-ridden country’s austerity programme. Related: Creditors agree terms to disburse Greece's €8.5bn bailo […]
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  • UK manufacturing soars thanks to weak pound and global recovery June 22, 2017
    Order books at highest level for 29 years as CBI warns government to put ‘economy first’ in Brexit talksBritain’s manufacturers are enjoying the strongest demand for their products in almost 30 years as a recovering global economy and a weaker pound boost order books.The monthly snapshot from the CBI found that export and total order books were both at their […]
    Larry Elliott
  • UK factory orders jump and eurozone confidence hits 16-year high – as it happened June 22, 2017
    All the day’s economic and financial news, as the CBI reports that UK manufacturing picked up in JuneLatest: Eurozone consumer confidence highest since 2001UK manufacturing orders jump,says CBIExperts are still cautious, thoughProtests in GreeceEarlier:Brent crude has hit a seven-month low, below $45/barrelMarkets ‘lose faith’ in OpecSugar, wheat, cocoa and […]
    Graeme Wearden
  • Greek debt: IMF and EU's quick fix isn't enough | Mohamed El-Erian June 22, 2017
    Last week’s bailout is only a short-term compromise – the two creditors must work together on a proper solutionThe International Monetary Fund has resurrected an old technique – commonly used in the 1980s during the Latin American debt crisis – that would allow Greece to avoid a payment default next month on debt owed to European creditors. The reprieve also […]
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  • 'Markets don’t like chaos' – experts debate Brexit watch data June 22, 2017
    Two former members of Bank of England’s interest rate-setting committee discuss the outlook after the general electionProfessor of economics at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, and member of the Bank’s monetary policy committee from June 2006 to May 2009 Related: Brexit economy: UK faces slowdown amid living standards squeeze Continue reading...
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  • Brexit economy: UK faces slowdown amid living standards squeeze June 22, 2017
    The latest monthly Guardian analysis finds households experiencing rising costs and firms concerned over political uncertaintyBritain’s vote to leave the EU has squeezed living standards, hit consumer spending and dampened the country’s growth prospects, a Guardian analysis of economic news over the year since the referendum shows.One year since voters narro […]
    Katie Allen
  • How has the Brexit vote affected the UK economy? June verdict June 22, 2017
    How has the economy reacted to the vote to leave the EU on 23 June 2016? Each month we look at key indicators to see what effect the Brexit process has on growth, prosperity and trade in the UK Continue reading...
    Paul Scruton and Katie Allen

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