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Past articles by Tim:

Homeowners fear the worst with interest rates on a knife-edge

As Andrew Bailey prepares to set interest rates, the outlook for mortgages looks bleak → Read More

Borrowing costs recover from mini-Budget chaos as Sunak readies spending cuts

Bonds recover from chaos under Liz Truss as Government braces for bleak OBR forecasts → Read More

George Osborne’s former Treasury right-hand man to advise Hunt on the economy

Chancellor announces new economic advisory council to help get finances under control → Read More

Everything that Jeremy Hunt has thrown out of the mini-Budget

Here is what the day of extraordinary U-turns means for you → Read More

Bank of England halves bond buying on final day of pension fund support as market jitters ease

It takes the total cost of the 13-day bailout to £19.3bn → Read More

UK economy shrinks unexpectedly as recession fears return

British industry swings into reverse, even before this month's energy bill increase → Read More

Kwarteng faces £60bn black hole in public finances as borrowing costs soar again

Chancellor will be forced into steep spending cuts or tax raid to stabilise debt, warns IFS → Read More

Kwarteng brings forward growth plan in battle to hold down interest rates

Almost 2 million mortgage customers at risk of sharp rise in borrowing costs next year → Read More

How top Treasury sacking signalled trouble ahead for Kwasi Kwarteng

Inside story: Absence of senior figures meant Chancellor's tax cutting broadside caught the markets out with 'absolutely zero warning' → Read More

Inside the IMF: the 'Brownite' global banker attacking Liz Truss

The Prime Minister has been criticised over her fiscal policies mere weeks into her tenure → Read More

Pension funds crisis forces £65bn bailout by Bank

Number 10 adamant that Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng will not resign → Read More

How chaos in pension funds forced Bailey to step in

What the Bank's intervention in ‘dysfunctional’ markets means for pension giants → Read More

How the Bank of England is scrambling to stabilise markets

Investors were spooked by Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget last week → Read More

Bank of England urged to raise rates as markets bet on 6pc by next year

Conviction is growing that policymakers will be forced to step in and stabilise the pound → Read More

Dollar surge continues as Putin’s war downgrades global economic growth

Ukraine and China's Covid policy dragging down global economy, OECD warns → Read More

Kwarteng to announce biggest tax cuts since Thatcher in push for growth

Extra spending puts Government on track for years of heavy borrowing → Read More

British millionaire numbers surge above France and Germany

Recovery in UK markets boosts ranks of the wealthy, finds Credit Suisse → Read More

Scramble to hand back old banknotes as plastic replaces paper

Bank of England warns of queues lasting over an hour to swap old money for new → Read More

Europe’s metal industry on brink of collapse from surging power prices

‘Existential threat’ forces swathes of smelters to cut production or shut down → Read More

Four ways Liz Truss can pay for a £170bn energy bill giveaway

The new PM has no easy options to meet the astronomical sum → Read More