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Szu Ping Chan

The Telegraph

United Kingdom

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Recent articles by Szu Ping:

Kwarteng warns Bank of England to get grip on inflation

Governor urged to take ‘forceful action’ to help households ahead of mini-Budget → Read More

Bank of England says Britain in recession as it raises interest rates by 0.5 percentage points

Pound drops sharply against the dollar as Bank Rate hits 2.25pc → Read More

Truss tax cuts will spark ‘unsustainable’ surge in debt, claims IFS

PM's economic plans to add £100bn-a-year to public borrowing → Read More

UK teeters on edge of recession after ‘feeble’ rebound

GDP grew just 0.2pc in July, official data reveals, falling below economists’ expectations → Read More

Money for Ukraine refugee hosts ‘should be doubled’

Minister's plea over fears thousands of families will drop out because of soaring household costs → Read More

Pound slumps as rising costs trigger £4.7bn jump in UK borrowing

Truss's proposed tax cuts and soaring inflation will blow a £170bn hole in the UK's finances → Read More

Bank of England expected to double interest rates as inflation soars

Experts raise their forecasts as living standards continue plummeting amid rocketing prices → Read More

Households face £30bn stealth raid from Rishi Sunak's tax freeze

Inflation to push millions more into higher rates of income tax, wiping out impact from leadership frontrunner Liz Truss's proposed tax cuts → Read More

Sanctions busters in the spotlight as shadowy deals help Russia keep trading

Tankers and weapons get safe passage to Russian shores via nations that resisted boycotts → Read More

The smoke clears as Ukraine pulls itself back from the brink

Reform has become a dirty word in the post-financial crisis politics of many countries, a euphemism for painful austerity. → Read More

10 years since the credit crunch began: are we safe from a repeat of the financial crisis now?

Ten years ago this week the financial crisis began. → Read More

Bank of England keeps interest rates at 0.25pc

Bank of England policymakers kept interest rates on hold at a record low of 0. → Read More

Hike interest rates, says former Bank of England deputy

The Bank of England should raise interest rates on Thursday and reverse part of the emergency stimulus deployed after the Brexit vote, according to a former deputy governor. → Read More

Eurozone unemployment falls to fresh post-crisis low

Unemployment in the eurozone fell to a fresh post-crisis low in June in a further sign that the economic recovery in the 19-nation bloc is gathering momentum. → Read More

Only a third of British businesses have made Brexit plans

The Government has been urged to do more to help British businesses through Brexit after a poll indicated less than a third have made plans for the UK’s departure from the EU. → Read More

Life on the outside: how do non-EU countries deal with the Brussels machine?

The mile-long road that runs through Brussels’ European quarter is abuzz with construction. → Read More

Iceland opens door for UK to join EFTA

Iceland's foreign minister has opened the door for Britain to rejoin a European trade club that would put it on a fast track to sign dozens of ready made deals after Brexit. → Read More

Britons face lifetime of debt Bank of England warns over 35 year mortgages

British families are signing up for a lifetime of debt with almost one in seven borrowers now taking out mortgages of 35 years or more, official figures show. → Read More

Credit card defaults jump at fastest pace since end of Great Recession

Credit card defaults jumped at the fastest pace since the end of the Great Recession in the three months to June, as the Bank of England warned more households were likely to miss payments in the coming months. → Read More

Janet Yellen signals inflation weakness will delay rate hikes

The chairman of the US Federal Reserve has signalled that persistently weak inflation will prompt the central bank to slow down its path of interest rate rises even as economic growth remains robust. → Read More