Wages Starting to Catch Up With Inflation
16 Apr
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

Wages Starting to Catch Up With Inflation »

According to new data from the Office for National Statistics, wages have caught up with inflation. The increase in average earnings comes after Read more…

Cost of Living Still Rising at Alarming Rate
19 Feb
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

Cost of Living Still Rising at Alarming Rate »

Life in the UK continues to grow more expensive. Although inflation recently fell to its lowest rate in four years, figures from the Read more…

30 Percent of Britons ‘Struggling to Feed Themselves’
23 Sep
2013
Written by Sam Allcock

30 Percent of Britons ‘Struggling to Feed Themselves’ »

Rising grocery prices are causing many Britons to forego luxuries in order to keep their grocery bills under control. A new survey Read more…

Japanese Consumer Prices Increase, Signalling End of Deflation
30 Aug
2013
Written by Sam Allcock

Japanese Consumer Prices Increase, Signalling End of Deflation »

After five years of deflation, the price of consumer goods in Japan is on the way up after a series of measures Read more…

UK Wages Declining at the Highest Rate in Europe
13 Aug
2013
Written by Sam Allcock

UK Wages Declining at the Highest Rate in Europe »

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Wages for UK workers have declined at one of the greatest rates in Europe, a new study from the House of Commons Read more…

UK Food and Alcohol Prices Higher Than European Average
24 Jun
2013
Written by Sam Allcock

UK Food and Alcohol Prices Higher Than European Average »

A survey from the Office of National Statistics is causing heated discussion after it revealed that Britons pay as much as 94 Read more…

Federal Reserve QE3 Policies to End in 2014
20 Jun
2013
Written by Sam Allcock

Federal Reserve QE3 Policies to End in 2014 »

The United States’ economic policy of quantitative easing will come to an end during 2014, Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke claimed. The Read more…

Inflation Could Reach 3 Percent in July, Economists Claim
18 Jun
2013
Written by Sam Allcock

Inflation Could Reach 3 Percent in July, Economists Claim »

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The CPI inflation rate rose to 2.7 percent in May after airfares and other transport costs increased substantially. New data from the Read more…

US Wholesale Commodity Costs Increase Above Predictions
15 Jun
2013
Written by Sam Allcock

US Wholesale Commodity Costs Increase Above Predictions »

A growing number of Americans are concerned about the cost of food, fuel, and a range of other household expenses, new data Read more…

Eurozone continues to have negative impact on UK economy »

In the words of the BoE governor, Sir Mervyn King, the EU is quite literally “tearing itself apart” and this is having a Read more…