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Youth unemployment to top 1m again in 2013 - Telegraph.co.uk

Youth unemployment to top 1m again in 2013 - Telegraph.co.uk | Loretto Macro Economics | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.ukYouth unemployment to top 1m again in 2013Telegraph.co.ukThe “bleak” outlook for young people is predicted within a new study by the Institute of Public Policy Research, which also expects long-term unemployment to near the 1m mark.
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Oh my.  If you're in Year 13, LOOK OUT!

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Trafiic congestion costs UK economy £4.3bn a year - Telegraph.co.uk

Trafiic congestion costs UK economy £4.3bn a year - Telegraph.co.uk | Loretto Macro Economics | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.ukTrafiic congestion costs UK economy £4.3bn a yearTelegraph.co.ukCongestion charge beaters. 05 Jan 2011.
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The World's Most Epic Economic Booms And Busts Since 1980 - Business Insider

The World's Most Epic Economic Booms And Busts Since 1980 - Business Insider | Loretto Macro Economics | Scoop.it
The World's Most Epic Economic Booms And Busts Since 1980Business InsiderWHAT will be the fastest growing economy in 2012? The answer is perhaps surprising: Libya.
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UK unemployment continues to fall

UK unemployment continues to fall | Loretto Macro Economics | Scoop.it
Unemployment fell by 49,000 to 2.51 million between July and September, official figures show, due largely to a fall in the number of young people out of work.

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Bank predicts protracted recovery

Bank predicts protracted recovery | Loretto Macro Economics | Scoop.it

The Bank of England forecasts lower growth and a "slow and protracted" economic recovery


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Britain in nutrition recession as food prices rise and incomes shrink

Britain in nutrition recession as food prices rise and incomes shrink | Loretto Macro Economics | Scoop.it
Families filling up on high-fat processed foods as 900,000 fewer in two years manage 'five-a-day' fruit and vegetables...

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Economy in UK 'cut off from emerging markets' - Belfast Telegraph

Economy in UK 'cut off from emerging markets' - Belfast Telegraph | Loretto Macro Economics | Scoop.it
The SunEconomy in UK 'cut off from emerging markets'Belfast TelegraphEconomy in UK 'cut off from emerging markets'. Monday, 10 December 2012.
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Dangerous Keynesian Thinking on Unemployment

Dangerous Keynesian Thinking on Unemployment | Loretto Macro Economics | Scoop.it
The article is titled, Five myths about the unemployed. Let's take a look at some of these "myths." McGahey and Ghilarducci write: [Myth]People who receive unemployment benefits are slow to search for work.
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Natural debt threatens the world economy, experts fear – Telegraph Blogs

Natural debt threatens the world economy, experts fear – Telegraph Blogs | Loretto Macro Economics | Scoop.it
Will the next financial crisis be caused by environmental stress?
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Figures suggest UK economic recovery is in doubt - Telegraph

Figures suggest UK economic recovery is in doubt - Telegraph | Loretto Macro Economics | Scoop.it
New data showing an increase in the inflation rate and rising unemployment will dampen optimism about recovery prospects economists are warning.

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Treasury 'must spend on building'

Treasury 'must spend on building' | Loretto Macro Economics | Scoop.it
The government should boost the UK economy by committing £1.5bn to backing major construction projects, says the CBI.

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A2 AQA Economics Revision 25 Mark Question

A revision guide to the A2 AQA Economics paper, looking in detail at the 25 mark question.
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