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Survey adds to evidence that labour shortages are fuelling widespread wage growth
Accord could ‘pave the way’ to joining trans-Pacific bloc but is unlikely to boost GDP
Company earnings reports highlight effect of rising input costs
Agreement to buy as much as 5m tonnes a year will more than double Chinese imports of the fuel from America
More evidence of how strong demand for consumer durables is right now.
Head of Germany’s central bank was a vocal and often lonely critic of the ECB’s ultra-loose monetary policy
Dutch group Akzo Nobel forecasts situation could last until the middle of 2022
Prices on US ecommerce websites are rising while holiday discounts dwindle, Adobe report says
Neither current shortages nor the green transition may deliver the sustained high prices that exporters hope for
CEOs and shareholders are lining their pockets and workers are no longer willing to be left behind
Companies desperate to get hold of parts and goods in the run-up to Christmas are turning to airlines to fulfil orders
Plus, the debut of Wall Street’s first bitcoin ETF and Biden faces test in Virginia’s gubernatorial race
Data reveal price decline in big cities in September as weakness in real estate sector reverberates
Relief likely to be temporary as energy and food prices rise
FATF move would further dent country’s ability to attract crucial foreign capital
A neat chart to add to the inflation debate.
Beijing cements control of key EU infrastructure but locals say they have not seen the investment they expected
MPs are told inflation will rise and small businesses will bear brunt of worker shortages and price increases
Company is paying more for raw materials and fuel and continues to experience truck driver shortages
Okonjo-Iweala addressed shipping issues, global trade and Covid vaccine access at FT Africa Summit
While Washington stays vigilant, the corporate world sees new opportunity
Delays are now affecting every industry and economy to varying degrees
Plus, report into ‘meme stock’ craze and tributes pour in for Colin Powell
Rare and thinly veiled critique of Erdogan’s economic policies comes as inflation rises and lira hits new lows
Traders fear policymakers will move too aggressively in their attempts to tame inflation