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Policymakers could have lifted inflation, if they wanted

Central banks are still worried about the danger of deflation, even though they have timidly started to lift interest rates. How else would they explain real negative rates almost everywhere in the developed economies?

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Bovis Homes’ statement warns on wage inflation

Buried in Bovis Homes’ statement outlining its exceptional half-year results is a statement that could, depending on how you look at it, give you hope or fill you with despair: wage costs in the construction sector are on the rise.

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