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Firms need to keep costs down: Why you shouldn’t have to spend more

The cost of doing business in the UK has soared over the past 20 years, with an average annual wage in 2015 rising by around £1,200, according to the latest official figures.The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported the figures in its latest quarterly UK labour market survey, which comes after the Office for Budget

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How to beat the economic apocalypse

How to fight the economic catastrophe heading into the 2020 elections?That’s the challenge facing progressives in 2018.They must find ways to harness the political momentum that washes over the party in the wake of the 2016 presidential election and then use it to create a political alternative to the Republican Party, the Democratic Party and

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What is the Nobel Prize in Economics?

A long and often overlooked prize in economics is the 2017 Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences.Nobel Prize winners are awarded the prize in recognition of their work in economics, and the prizes are usually awarded annually.The Nobel Committee has long recognized economic theories that can help inform policy making.The economics Nobel Prize was awarded to

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How to stop economic nationalism from winning over conservative voters

The economy has become the defining issue for America’s conservatives, with many Americans now thinking of the country’s economic problems as more of a national security issue than a human rights issue.And as a result, economic nationalism is gaining ground on the right as voters increasingly view the economy as a national priority.A new NBC

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How to learn the best value from your business

Businesses have always had to compete with each other to keep up with the market.And if they want to survive, they need to make sure they’re doing so at a competitive price.But that competitive price is the best way to get people to pay more, and this can make a big difference in the way

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How to write an economic conservative

“The economy is in the doldrums,” wrote columnist Peggy Noonan.“The world economy is going through a massive and long-lasting recession.And the economy is now in the grip of an unprecedented recession that is destroying the very fabric of our society.”This is a stunning admission, coming from the same person who told us she was “100

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How to save the world’s budget, but still keep it affordable

How to cut costs and get your money back in this article by TechRadarear article How do you cut costs?Well, one easy way to do so is by spending less.In the past, we all thought that spending more would make you wealthier.And indeed, in the past we’ve seen increases in wealth that would make people’s

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How Obama’s Economic Recovery is Pushing New Jobs to American Workers

As the recovery continues to build in the United States, so has the nation’s labor force.With nearly 9 million jobs created and over 5 million jobs lost during the 2008 economic recession, millions of Americans are searching for work.In 2016, the unemployment rate was 7.5 percent, the lowest rate since the Great Depression.But the economy

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How to forecast economic growth

The Federal Reserve’s forecasts for economic growth over the next four years have been widely seen as highly optimistic.But they’re also highly optimistic in terms of how quickly the economy will grow.According to the latest estimates, the United States will grow by 3.2% in 2019, which is well above the current pace of 3.1%.The economy