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Just How Bad Is Unemployment In The US?

Guest post by The Duomo Initiative.  Back in January, Wilbur Ross, the US Commerce Secretary, believed that COVID-19 would accelerate the return of jobs to the US. Unfortunately, as the economy comes to a standstill, [...]

Petro-Yuan: The Death of US Dominance?

To understand the recent situation regarding China and the oil industry, it is important to note some key points that put things into context: Oil is the most traded commodity in the world. China is [...]

Understanding the US Interest Rate Hikes

On Wednesday 21 March, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) of the Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) announced they would raise the interest rates by 0.25 % to a new target range between 1.5 % and [...]

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The Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee voted unanimously to leave interest rates at 0.1% and it will be continuing with its GBP 895bn quantitative easing (QE) programme through to year-end. More at: https://t.co/5S2YqEZfYs https://t.co/EOuc96gMiT PuriCassar photo
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