World Business Report

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The latest business and finance news from around the world from the BBC

The death of the longest-reigning monarch will bring changes beyond the United Kingdom
People of the world pay their respects to Britain’s longest-reigning monarch
Liz Truss announces scheme for households and businesses to deal with energy costs
The British pound falls to its lowest level against the US dollar since 1985
The US has banned companies that receive federal funding from building "tech" in China
Liz Truss gives her first speech as Prime Minister, pledging support on energy bills
UK businesses give their reaction to Liz Truss becoming Prime Minister and party leader
Liz Truss will officially become the UK Prime Minister on Tuesday.
Russian energy giant Gazprom has indefinitely suspended gas supplies to Europe
US jobs growth continues Sept. 2, 2022
As US job figures increase again, we ask what this could mean for the country's economy.
The US dollar is reaching highs against currencies in emerging and developed countries
The IMF has provisionally agreed a $2.9 billion deal to save the nation from collapse.
Russia turns off the gas Aug. 31, 2022
EU leaders fear gas prices may rise as Russia pause the Nord Stream pipeline for repairs.
The leader of the Communist Party is expected to renew his rule for another five years
With a third of the country under water, the government seeks international help
EU leaders are calling for a cap on the price of gas to tackle spiralling costs
Feds chair Jerome Powell warned of “some pain” ahead in the fight against inflation
Markets react to Jerome Powell's message to the world's central bankers
GDP in the US has fallen at a rate of 0.6%.
The government will spend a further $146bn to boost growth