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UK avoids triple-dip recession
UK economy shrinks by 0.7%
The UK plunged deeper into recession in the second quarter of this year, according to the latest official figures from the…
What's next for Europe?
The eurozone continues to teeter on the brink of disaster with Greece, Spain and Italy struggling to keep their debt under…
How would a break-up of the euro affect the rest of the world?
A partial break-up of the eurozone, with the weakest economies leaving and the core holding together, could be part of the…
How to solve the euro puzzle
Despite the worst crisis Europe has known since World War II, the euro stands at the same level against the dollar - at 1.25 -…
Can you make money from the Greek tragedy?
It has been two years since Greece first revealed the extent of its debt and got out its begging bowl, but the situation has…
Olympics will pull UK out of recession
The Olympics will help bring the UK out of recession this year, as economic growth should surge on the back of increased…
UK officially back in recession
GDP in the first quarter of 2012 contracted 0.2%, implying that the UK is officially back in recession, as it followed a drop…
UK back in recession, says think tank
The UK is probably already in a new recession, according to new estimates from highly-regarded economic forecaster the Ernst …
Financial doom and gloom to continue for some time
In his annual speech at London's Mansion House in early June, Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King warned that we could be…