... a spokesman for
the National Union of Students
Students who can't afford to go to their university library are hearing from students who are relying on buy-now, pay-later loans from companies like
, which only compounded the debt crisis.
, education minister, said that the government has always been clear that where it can help with rising prices and I will always strive for a fair deal for students, which is why we have reduced the interest rate on student loans from an expected 12 per cent.
We have brought forward this announcement to provide greater clarity and peace of mind for graduates,...
... factory data reduced bets for
European Central Bank
The dollar trading has been choppy this week, with markets betting on more cautious policy action from the
after another expected 75 basis point rate increase in July.
Governor Michelle Bowman said on Thursday that she supports 50 basis point hikes for the next few meetings after July's.
stressed the central bank's unconditional commitment to taming inflation even amid the risks to growth, even in his ...
... the latest comments from the US added to the concerns. There were jobless claims near a five-week high and manufacturing and services activity cooled.
In testimony to lawmakers,
reiterated that his commitment to bringing down price increases is unconditional.
said she supports raising interest rates by 75 basis points in July, followed by a few more half-point hikes.
If an economic downturn takes hold, investors are grappling with the question of what will happen next. There is a chance that ...
... levels are impacting consumer wallets, and many people are considering new technologies that may help them save money, said
, senior director of
's personal property and casualty insurance business. More consumers are warming ... ... risen over the past year, so has the cost of auto insurance. According to
's report, the cumulative auto insurance prices have gone up an average of 4% since last year, with some states showing increases of nearly 20% for certain drivers.
... contemplating, saying she wants rates to rise until they exceed near-term inflation expectations.
called for more aggressive rate hikes than most central bankers currently contemplating, saying she wants rates ... ... questions about inflation and a possible recession for a second day on Capitol Hill, pledging an unconditional commitment to easing price pressures.
They came less than a week after the
increased rates by 75 basis points to a target range of 1.5% -- 1.75%,...
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, which is in talks to keep the retailer's top management team, including CEO
, if the planned sale is completed, three sources familiar with the matter said.
, which owns brands ... ... said its chief merchandising officer and chief marketing officer would be leaving the company soon, a news that sent the share price lower.
had joined the bidding for
's, according to a report in April.
Since then, bidders submitted ...
... the agricultural products, industrial raw materials and energy resources the region produces, especially when staple commodity prices are high.
Like the punitive tariffs on Chinese imports, it is the US companies and consumers that will bear the brunt of ... ... remarkable development achievements of the region over the past decades. They wouldn't have pressured
human rights chief
to investigate China and then decried her visit to China last month as a mistake when she said her visit boosted ...
... is a surprise to the market.
To come back now, they re kind of damned if they do, damned if they don't, NatWest Markets head Michelle Girard told
. It would look like they had to reverse course like they were panicked. I just don't know ... ... had originally expected. Consumer inflation data for May surged 8.6%, more than expected last week, and a possible producer price index reading, due Tuesday, that may hit 11%, according to economists' estimates.
It's worth noting that consumers are feeling ...