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The International Monetary Fund’s actions have been ‘harmful for the people of Europe’ suggests new report

A new research paper finds that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has been pushing for reduced spending, shrinking government, and cutting social protections for broad sectors of the population in Europe Union member countries, often regardless of a country’s specific economic circumstances. The paper, “Macroeconomic Policy Advice and the Article IV Consultations: An EU Case Study,” from the Center for … Continue reading

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Internet accounts for higher percentage of GDP in UK of all major economies

In 2010 the internet economy in the UK accounted for 8.3% of GDP, followed by South Korea with 7.3%, China with 5.5% and only 4.7% in the US, according to a study by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). In the UK the value of the internet economy was £121bn in 2010, which makes it larger than the healthcare, construction or … Continue reading

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I am away this week and will resume blogging on 4th July

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I am out of the office for a few days and will resume blogging on 11th March

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I will be taking the next two weeks off and will resume blogging on Tuesday 4th January.

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I am away until Monday 4th October and will resume blogging then.

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UK growth bounces back

UK Gross Domestic Product rose by 1.1% in the second quarter of 2010, compared with an increase of only 0.3% in the first quarter, according to figures just released by the ONS. This was very nearly double the average prediction by economists for the June quarter. There was growth shown across all the major sectors of the economy. Total services, … Continue reading

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I am away this coming week and will resume blogging on 19th July.

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Inflation falls faster than expected

The government’s target measure of inflation, CPI, fell from 3.7% in April to 3.4% in May. This was a larger drop than most analysts were expecting. The largest downward push on prices was from food and drinks, but there was also downward pressure from petrol where prices had risen more quickly a year ago, and recreation and culture where there … Continue reading

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