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The Guardian: Economics

Pound falls steeply as Brexit resignations rock UK government

Pound falls steeply as Brexit resignations rock UK government

Sterling drops to about $1.28 against the dollar and falls by 1.5% against the euroFollow the latest Brexit news and reaction – live updatesThe pound has fallen steeply against major international
Retail sales slide as shoppers tighten purse strings before Brexit

Retail sales slide as shoppers tighten purse strings before Brexit

Volumes fall 0.5% in October as gloom engulfs high street amid growing jitters over EU divorceRetail sales fell in October as official figures showed that shoppers kept a tight rein on spending amid
Pound falls sharply as May faces mounting pressure over Brexit plan - business live

Pound falls sharply as May faces mounting pressure over Brexit plan - business live

Pound suffers heavy sell-off after Dominic Raab and Esther McVey resign from the cabinet over Theresa May’s Brexit planPound falls more than 1.5% against the euro and the dollarEsther McVey follows
Philip Hammond's claim of economic 'bounce' backed by IMF

Philip Hammond's claim of economic 'bounce' backed by IMF

Chequers-style deal would lift UK growth rate beyond 1.5% it expects for 2019, says fundPhilip Hammond’s claim that the UK economy can expect a bounce following parliamentary backing for a
UK inflation steady at 2.4% in October after food price war

UK inflation steady at 2.4% in October after food price war

A rise had been predicted and ONS says cost of fuel pushed up cost of livingUK inflation was unchanged at 2.4% in October after a rise in the cost of petrol and utility bills was offset by falling
German economy shrinks for first time since 2015

German economy shrinks for first time since 2015

Europe’s largest economy hit by weaker trade position and lower consumer spending Fears for the health of the eurozone economy have intensified after Germany, the single currency’s powerhouse,
It took a UN envoy to hear how austerity is destroying lives | Aditya Chakrabortty

It took a UN envoy to hear how austerity is destroying lives | Aditya Chakrabortty

Philip Alston’s inquiry into poverty in the UK has heard a shocking truth that British politicians refuse to acknowledgeThe room is packed, people spilling out of the doors. The atmosphere crackles.
IMF says governments could set up their own cryptocurrencies

IMF says governments could set up their own cryptocurrencies

Christine Lagarde praises rebel technology as ‘safe, cheap, and potentially semi-anonymous’Governments should consider offering their own cryptocurrencies to prevent the systems becoming havens for
Trump's threat about a wine war with France puzzles the French

Trump's threat about a wine war with France puzzles the French

Bafflement and derision in capital as US president in spat with Macron slams wine trade tariffs as ‘not fair’ A tweet by Donald Trump attacking the French president, Emmanuel Macron, and threatening a
Overhaul of UK's poor banking culture is slow, admits standards chair

Overhaul of UK's poor banking culture is slow, admits standards chair

Banking Standards Board tells MPs care for vulnerable customers continues to fall shortLittle progress has been made on fixing the UK’s poor banking culture, five years on from a major industry
Italy defies EU request to present revised budget

Italy defies EU request to present revised budget

Five Star Movement/League government to stick with big-spending strategy in bid to fulfil election promisesThe Italian government has defied a request to present a revised draft budget for 2019 to the
Saffron harvest in Greece – in pictures

Saffron harvest in Greece – in pictures

Saffron – the spice so expensive it’s called ‘red gold’ – has brought jobs and money to a region better known for coal mines and unemployment. Most are young people who were shut out of the job market
Global share markets tumble amid fears the rise of big tech is over

Global share markets tumble amid fears the rise of big tech is over

Apple shares were down 5% after suppliers cut their forecasts, causing the tech-heavy Nasdaq and other tech stocks to fallStock markets in Asia have tumbled after a sharp selloff on Wall Street hit
Flex it like Brexit: confused investors cling on to idea of a grand fudge | Nils Pratley

Flex it like Brexit: confused investors cling on to idea of a grand fudge | Nils Pratley

Buy or sell? No one knows, but an unpalatable Brexit deal and a falling pound could be toxic for a weak prime ministerIf Theresa May’s Brexit deal faces a humiliating defeat in the Commons – which is
Populists like Trump exacerbate rather than cure corruption | Barry Eichengreen

Populists like Trump exacerbate rather than cure corruption | Barry Eichengreen

The US president and Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro will repopulate the swamp rather than drain itFollowing Emmanuel Macron’s election as president of France in May 2017, global elites breathed a sigh of
A Corbyn government, unlike New Labour, would tax the rich properly | Clive Lewis

A Corbyn government, unlike New Labour, would tax the rich properly | Clive Lewis

If we want to create a truly fair tax system, we need to target the top 5%. Our forebears didn’t, the Tories won’t – but we will For all the Tory hype, last month’s budget was extraordinarily thin for
What future for Britain’s high streets? | Letters

What future for Britain’s high streets? | Letters

Readers respond to news that the number of UK shops, pubs and restaurants lying empty has soared by more than 4,400 in the first six months of this yearThe plight of retailers dominates debate about
Without a fair tax on tech, it could be the end of the state as we know it | John Harris

Without a fair tax on tech, it could be the end of the state as we know it | John Harris

Big tech companies are transforming societies – but their pitiful contributions aren’t enough to help governments adaptAlongside the results of last week’s US midterms came the passing of San
'It hasn't benefited us a dime': Georgia steelworkers' verdict on Trump tariffs

'It hasn't benefited us a dime': Georgia steelworkers' verdict on Trump tariffs

US steel plants are meant to be booming in the wake of Trump’s tariffs – but tell that to production line workers in TrentonUnion member and mill operator Joey Casey, 40, wasn’t getting paid for the
Ministers can’t ignore the UK’s higher education debt crisis | Phillip Inman

Ministers can’t ignore the UK’s higher education debt crisis | Phillip Inman

UK universities may soon struggle to repay billions in borrowing but the government can’t afford to let them failIt should be one of the bright spots in the British economy, one that shines through