Sunday, September 25, 2022

German economic downturn deepens in September, outlook grim

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The skyline with its financial district is photographed during sunset as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Frankfurt, Germany, October 26, 2020, REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach/File Photo...

The U.K. Economy Is in Turmoil, But There Are Signs of Hope

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The death of Queen Elizabeth II and the period of...

Danish Central Bank Expects Economy to Contract Next Year

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Article content (Bloomberg) — Denmark’s central bank slashed its outlook for the Nordic nation’s economy and now sees a contraction next year as spending is dented by...

Liz Truss says she is prepared to be unpopular as she sets out policies...

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Truss says she is prepared to be unpopular as she sets out policies to deliver growthSky News is broadcasting an interview with Liz Truss by Beth Rigby, the...

Recession calls growing as Canadian economy cools

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Breadcrumb Trail Links News FP Economy Housing, labour, consumption conditions all point to...

The teeth makers of Kandahar | Business and Economy

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Listen to this story: Kandahar, Afghanistan - In a small shop off a bustling street in the centre of Kandahar city, Haji Muhammad Sultan is busy at work. It is...

Senegal’s President Appoints Former Economy Minister as PM

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Dakar, Senegal —  Senegalese President Macky Sall reinstated the post of prime minister Saturday, appointing a former economy minister to the job two months after a tense legislative election...

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The rollercoaster ahead for the economy and investors

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The writer is president of Queens’ College, Cambridge, and an adviser to Allianz and GramercyThe stunning shift in the market mood and prices over the past week is...

Here we go again… – Economy and ecology

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I’m feeling outraged, with a strong sense of déjà-vu. From my vantage point in the United Kingdom — where inequality and social injustice are in particularly sharp focus —...
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