Nearly 130 public libraries were closed in Britain in the last year: The Guardian

Nearly 130 public libraries were closed in the last year in Britain, while another 3,000 volunteers were introduced to manage the remaining services, as the austerity pressures of the decade…

Fewer young people being treated for drugs even more admit to using - The Guardian

The number of young people in treatment for drug abuse in England has decreased for the ninth consecutive year, despite an increase in the percentage admitting to using drugs. There…

The businesses of San Francisco are split on the push of taxes to fight the homeless

SAN FRANCISCO-Christin Evans and Gwen Kaplan run both small businesses in neighborhoods that they say have been invaded by homeless camps. Like most San Francisco residents, they agree that the…

3% growth, if we can keep it

Can economic growth due to tax reform and deregulation oppose the adverse winds resulting from higher interest rates, tariffs and perhaps a democratic Congress? This is the question we remove…

Philip Hammond can not announce the end of austerity. Brexit will not allow it

PHilip Hammond's budget next week will probably be full of initiatives and spending plans that, apart from the NHS service, are worth little. The Brexit, for so long a bomb…

Italian stock exchanges increase, flirt with the best day in 5 weeks amid the crash on the EU budget

Tuesday's benchmark on Tuesday was set for its best day in about five weeks, while the U.K. they lagged behind a vibrant European stock market, amid the political turmoil that…

Hammond would need £ 19 billion a year to meet the cut-off vote of May & # 39;

Philip Hammond will need £ 19 billion from higher taxes, more loans or faster-than-expected growth if this month's budget is to fulfill the promises of the prime minister to end…

The public finances of the United Kingdom are among the weakest in the world, says the International Monetary Fund

The British public finances are among the weakest in the world after the 2008 financial crash, according to a new assessment of government assets and liabilities by the International Monetary…

Rising returns increase the threat of the tipping point for stocks

Yields on US long-term government debt moved sharply up last week, calling into question the durability of the bull market more than nine years old. The US economy boom and…

The US trade deficit widens as Nafta speaks

WASHINGTON – The US trade deficit is widening, while the Trump administration pushes Canada, Mexico, China and other countries to rebuild their economic relations with the United States. The Commerce…