Another difficult day for the British economy Sept. 28, 2022

from World Business Report· ·

It’s been another windy day for the British economy as the Bank of England intervenes to buy government debt. The leader of the UK's main opposition party - Keir Starmer says the government has lost control of its finances. Raoul Puparel, head of the Boston Consulting Group and a former special adviser to the UK Prime Minister on Europe, describes the situation as unprecedented. How are the markets reacting? Susan Schmidt who's Head of US Equity at Exchange Capital Resources in Chicago tells us. Hurricane Ian bears down on the East Coast of Florida in the US, leaving more than …



It’s been another windy day for the British economy as the Bank of England intervenes to buy government debt. The leader of the UK's main opposition party - Keir Starmer says the government has lost control of its finances. Raoul Puparel, head of the Boston Consulting Group and a former special adviser to the UK Prime Minister on Europe, describes the situation as unprecedented. How are the markets reacting? Susan Schmidt who's Head of US Equity at Exchange Capital Resources in Chicago tells us. Hurricane Ian bears down on the East Coast of Florida in the US, leaving more than a million people without power. President Biden warns people to take heed of the advice of local authorities. Suspicions continue about the blasts on Tuesday in the Baltic Sea that damaged the pipes bringing gas to Europe from Russia. Melinda Hearing, the deputy director of the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center shares her thoughts. Retailers and consumers in Liberia are spending days and nights in queues to buy small quantities of rice which is fast disappearing from shops and marketplaces in the country. Clarence Jackson, a Liberian journalist, tells us what exactly is happening. From movies to boxsets then music and now sport - is the new streaming war out on the pitch? Shay Segev, DAZN Group CEO sheds more light on the new deal to buy ELEVEN Group's global sports media businesses.