The UK May Face Great Economic Consequences With A Serious Power Disruption

According to a Royal Academy of Engineering report, the UK could face severe economic consequences with a serious power supply disruption. With increasing electricity quality and the absence of blackouts for forty years, UK’s economy is dependent on its electricity. … read more »

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UK Economy Has Expanded in the Third Quarter

The UK has seen a GDP growth of 0.7% during the third quarter of 2014, making it one of the fastest-growing economies in the world today. According to economists, the growth was in line with their expectations even if it … read more »

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Changing Global Economy in 15 Years Will Help Achieve Global Economic Prosperity and Lower Emissions

Ahead of a UN Global Summit Meeting of world leaders, the report from the OECD, UN and the IMF, including Lord Stern, revealed that handling climate change and changing the shape of the global economy within 15 years will help … read more »

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Scotland’s Independence May Mean Trouble for UK

North Ireland is to suffer greatly if Scotland will vote “yes” on the Independence Referendum on September 18 according to economists. Companies have £250 million worth deals with Scotland in the previous year. However, pro-Independence parties said that Scotland’s poor … read more »

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US Economy Blooms in Summer

According to the US Federal Reserve’s Beige Book Report, the United States economy had improved its economy from winter to summer as all regions of the country were seeing continued expansion. On Wednesday, the Beige Book report, based on economic … read more »

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The Threats to UK’s Economic Growth

Economic analysts said that UK’s economic growth is progressing, but possible housing bubbles, deficits and unstable manufacturing and industrial growth threaten the progress of UK’s rise from the ashes. The UK is enjoying economic growth, with foreign investors such as … read more »

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UK Will Enjoy a “Decent But Unspectacular Growth”

According to the EY Item Club, the UK’s economic growth will increase to 2.9% from an earlier prediction 2.7% this year. However, they said that the growth is only decent, but not too groundbreaking. The increase was due to the … read more »

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China Could Cause Global Economic Upheaval

China’s latest economic reports indicate that its economic growth was indeed found on very weak foundations. After China’s February exports dropped 18%, its large economic debt and a corporate bond default by a Chinese company puts the entire world on … read more »

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Your Petty Dispute is Not a Petty Dispute When Involving Injury

Automatically, a punishment for the violation of the law is an enforcement and improvement of the legal system. I support the protests of law personnel regarding the UK government’s legal aid cuts of £2M from the £2B annual legal aid … read more »

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China Starts Off With a Bumpy Ride

Chinese economists closely tied to economic policymakers warn the world of “hard times” and to act frugally in 2014. According to Chinese Economist Li Yining, there is downward economic pressure coming in from all sides, including China’s economy itself. Public … read more »

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