Julia Kollewe, The Guardian

Julia Kollewe

The Guardian

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Recent articles by Julia:

Insolvencies rise by nearly 40% in England and Wales as costs soar

Companies hit by increasing energy prices, higher inflation, labour shortages and interest rate rises → Read More

Bluewater owner warns of slump in developments as property values drop

Landsec says retailers are shutting shops to focus on ‘fewer but bigger’ stores → Read More

What is happening to the UK homebuying and rental markets?

House prices for buyers have started to fall, while housing rents have reached record highs → Read More

Meta to cut 11,000 jobs as Zuckerberg says he ‘got it wrong’, M&S warns of ‘gathering storm’ – as it happened

Stock markets drift lower as US mid-term election results too close to call → Read More

Primark owner expects £2bn inflation hit amid weak consumer backdrop

ABF warns of ‘challenging’ market but no further price rises planned for coming months at Primark → Read More

AstraZeneca looks fighting fit despite the ills of the UK science sector

Brexit fallout plus funding fears mean an uncertain prognosis, but the firm will report good news this week → Read More

UK food prices soar by fastest rate on record as cost of living crisis bites

Annual rise of 11.6% comes as milk, teabags and sugar become more expensive → Read More

Eurozone inflation hits record high of 10.7%; UK mortgage approvals, credit card borrowing fall – business live

Eurozone inflation soars because of higher energy and food costs but currency bloc avoids recession with 0.2% GDP growth in third quarter → Read More

Small wonder: big DNA advances loom at university startup Oxford Nanopore

Company spun out of Oxford University makes DNA and RNA sequencing devices to identify viruses and variants → Read More

Foxtons reports 25% rise in revenues but tougher 2023 lies ahead

Estate agent’s results come as report predicts UK mortgage lending is heading for big slump → Read More

Shell profits more than double to $9.5bn; European Central Bank to hike interest rates – business live

Greenpeace calls for ‘proper tax’ on energy firms’ profits as oil and gas giant beats expectations and makes $30bn profits in first nine months of the year → Read More

Sterling rallies to fresh six-week high; UK’s autumn statement delayed to 17 November – business live

Fiscal plan will be a ‘full autumn statement,’ chancellor says → Read More

Pound slides, cost of government borrowing rises ahead of Tory leadership race – as it happened

Government deficit rises to second-highest September figure on record, while shoppers cut spending and pound falls 1.5% to $1.11 → Read More

THG shares rise after SoftBank sells stake to Moulding and Qatar

Founder of online shopping group cements control as Japanese firm offloads its holding at £450m loss → Read More

UK housebuilder Bellway expects sluggish sales as interest rates rise

Company warns that next 12 months will be tougher, with economy likely to go into recession → Read More

Pound selloff intensifies, government bond, FTSE rally fades after Liz Truss press conference – as it happened

Liz Truss announces U-turn on corporation tax but fails to give the reassurances the public and markets were looking for → Read More

Bank of England warns mortgage defaults to rise in months ahead

Survey of lenders paints gloomy picture of new deals drying up and end to ‘golden era’ of cheap mortgages → Read More

Pound and UK government bonds rally on rumours of more mini-budget U-turns – as it happened

US core inflation hits a 40-year high, triggering expectations of more big rate hikes, as Kwarteng meets IMF leaders in Washington → Read More

‘Significant’ rate rise needed in November, warns Bank of England chief economist – as it happened

UK government bond selloff continues, pushing 20-year gilt yield to 20-year high, as BOE reiterates bond-buying programme will end on Friday; UK economy on brink of recession → Read More

Power giants to face ‘windfall tax’ after all as Liz Truss delivers U-turn

Prime minister accused of ‘another screeching U-turn’ having previously rejected calls to impose levy → Read More