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The Labour Party have pledged to provide free broadband for all by nationalising the digital arm of BT - Open Reach - and in doing so, hopefully act as a...

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Should BT Open Reach be nationalised?

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News here that suggests 'the Four' are looking to enter the banking market, with Google set to offer current accounts, and Facebook, Amazon and Apple already offering financial products, such...

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Contestable Markets: Google to offer banking current accounts

This is an important story to keep ahead of. India's financial sector looks especially fragile at the moment with runs on banks as depositor confidence collapses and fears that financial...

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Is India approaching a US-style financial crisis?

The economic relationship between South Korea and Japan has soured and, whilst many are focused on the fall out from the Chinese/US trade war, this trade dispute between Japan...

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Why are Japan and Korea in a trade war

More supply-side problems laid bare here with the news that Crossrail is going to be both further delayed and cost nearly £700m more than the current estimate.

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CrossRail delayed until 2021 as costs overrun

After a week's break for half term, here's this week's economics news quiz. Good luck!

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Economics Weekly Quiz w/e 8 November 2019
2nd November 2019

Google Acquires Fitbit

This is one of those mergers that I find hard to classify - is it a form of vertical integration, with Google becoming more customer facing, or is it akin...

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Google Acquires Fitbit

The extent to which the fossil fuel industry is able to lobby supra-national institutions is laid bare in this articlelooking at the amount spent, both by individual firms and industry...

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Regulatory Capture: Fossil fuel companies spend Euro 250m on lobbying

If you have been covering macroeconomic objectives during this first half term of this academic year, you might like to use this cracking 5 question multi-choice Powerpoint quiz on the state...

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The state of the UK economy (Oct 2019) - an 'Elevator Quiz' activity

Theme 3 Micro meets Theme 4 macro! This is a fascinating article that looks at how Chinese tech giant Xiaomi has become the market leader in the Indian smartphone market.

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Xiaomi dominating India's smartphone market

The Guardian argues here that international financial organisations such as the IMf and the World Bank need a reboot, with a shift of emphasis away from their current neoliberal agenda...

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What future for the IMF and the World Bank?

Here's this week's economics news quiz. Good luck!

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Economics Weekly Quiz 18 October 2019

This is a fascinating article with both micro- and macroeconomic implications - and another consequence of Brexit.

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Farms struggle to recruit EU workers

Here's this week's economics news quiz. Good luck!

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Economics Weekly Quiz 11 October 2019

Lots of interesting nuanced material here - investment appraisal, overcoming the sunk cost fallacy, all sorts. Either way, Dyson have left the market for electric cars. The company has 523 employees , 498...

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Dyson leaves the electric car market

A quick flight over an enormous field of over 12 million tulips - economies of scale in action!

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Drone flight over millions of tulips

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