Raising rates to fight inflation involves a time lag so current efforts to bring down prices won’t start having an impact until the next election is approaching.
The Fed raised rates by a quarter-point – less aggressive than had been expected before the current banking crisis, but signaling inflation is still its focus.
Understanding and finding ways to reduce our financial stress – and its emotional impact on us – can help make this challenging time a bit easier.
While the scale of the strikes in both countries is historic, a scholar in employer relations notes the legislative conditions framing industrial action in the UK are much more restrictive.
After decades of research revealing the long-term damage of fuel poverty, the problem is worse than ever.
High rural poverty rates are driven largely by fuel and transport costs.
Concerns about the credibility of pay review bodies could boost collective bargaining on worker pay.
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Originally from Richard III, the phrase was used by a power-hungry autocrat who preferred chaos over peace.
Mortgage rates – and repayments – have risen significantly since this time last year.
While UK inflation could drop again in 2023, there is a lot of work to do to support the country’s economy.
The strikes (minimum service levels) bill making its way through parliament potentially means employers can block named workers from taking industrial action.
Alan Shipman, The Open University; Aymen Smondel, IAE Nice - Université Côte d'Azur; Bhima Yudhistira Adhinegara, Center of Economic and Law Studies (CELIOS); John W. Diamond, Rice University; Luis Garvía Vega, Universidad Pontificia Comillas; Mohamad Hassan Shahrour, IAE Nice - Université Côte d'Azur; Peter Martin, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, and Wayne Simpson, University of Manitoba
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