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Fixed or Variable Mortgage? Which is Better?
Like many, my fixed rate mortgage deal expires very soon and so I am left…
Why Sterling Recovered in 2023 and Forecast for Rest of Year
https://youtu.be/3RdU8Z1eUBw After being one of the worst performing currencies of 2022, the Pound has staged…
Turkey’s Economic Crisis and High Inflation
As elections loom, the Turkish economy is facing a self-inflicted economic crisis of high inflation,…
Will the Housing Market become less overvalued?
Last autumn, UK house prices reached record levels – with the highest price to income…
Greed Inflation – Does this explain the stubborness of UK Inflation?
Greed Inflation is a term used to describe a higher inflation rate due to firms…
Definition – Demand is price inelastic when a change in price causes a smaller percentage…
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Books by Tejvan Pettinger
An easy to read an overview of economics. ‘Cracking Economics’ gives explanations of main topics with images and diagrams to bring economics to life.
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Economics without the Boring bits
An Enlightening Guide to the Dismal Science – published by Wellbeck.
It includes topics such as common economic fallacies, middlemen, recycling, debt, finance, trade, money, taxation and why some people get rich and others don’t.