Interest rate rises have an uneven effect depending on your savings, living conditions and stage of life.
My research shows that UK price rises are likely to have been caused by high profits, falling wages and weak production over decades
The Bank of England is factoring more than sky-high inflation into its base rate decisions right now.
UK borrowers are expecting mortgage rates to fall again. Here’s why this looks unlikely in the current economic environment.
The expected relationship between government and central bank policy has broken down in the UK.
Explaining why it can be so difficult to pinpoint whether or not an economy is in recession.
Reforming the Bank of England to help it tackle inflation may end up compromising its independence.
The latest on the UK base rate rise and how it might affect your finances
Recent rate hikes will not do much to tackle inflation, but greater cooperation between the Bank of England and the government could help the UK economy.
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